Single verses Married life
A person deciding to create a family has to weigh carefully all the advantages and disadvantages of both married and single life. Both have their bright sides that naturally come with a downside. Looking at these pros and cons, younger people will conclude that single life is more interesting; while to the middle-aged society married life is more acceptable. The threshold after which married life begins to see more appealing than single existence is individual for every person, most people will admit that after a certain age they felt that creating a family became one of their priorities. As a married woman who will soon celebrate the 4th anniversary of her marriage, I believe that marriage has a unique value. On my part, I never regretted my choice to get married at 19 and as I grow older, I begin to see more advantages of married life. Such as constant emotional support, company, love, and just the feeling that someone who is not family can love me unconditionally. A person who I met only a short time ago is willing to give up everything he know to start over with something brand new and share it all with me. What attracts adolescents so much about being single? It is in the first place the freedom one has over one’s life. When family ties are absent a person can easily relocate, change jobs or make up one’s mind for other sharp changes in the life course. In case of a career change, a possible drop in income is not a serious problem if one is prepared to bear the burden. On the contrary, someone with a family to support will have to consider the impact such a decision will have on the well-being of the whole family. Relocation also turns into a serious undertaking because the spouse has to look for a new job, the children will have to change schools, the house will often be sold, and new friends have to be meeting. Married life will provide a person with emotional support that is such a great help especially when meeting ups and...
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