Is Single Life or Married Life Better?
adult. That concept had been in my culture for more than a thousand years. As time changed, that
concept has somewhat changed too. Nowadays, being married in an option. Many people prefer to stay
single and are living happily with their choices, but many others disagree. They think that you need to be
married to achieve ultimate happiness. So, what are the differences between being married and being
single? The three most popular arguments between a married life and a single life are freedom, social
life and finance.
Let’s start with the first difference: freedom, since it is the first thing you give up when you
marry to someone. Coming along with marriage is responsibilities, it means that you have to take care of
your partner, your children, you cannot just decide to do anything on your own anymore. You can’t take
off and do anything you want anymore, because most of your time will be dedicated to your family. So,
whenever you want to go out with your friends, you need to ask your partner for permission. Things are
different when you are single. When you are single, you have full control over your life, you are not
bound to any responsibility but your own. If you need to take a break from the stress from your work,
you can just take off by yourself. When you want to go out with your friends, you don’t need to ask
anyone’s permissions. In contrast, you have busy life taking care of you parent and your children, and
you don’t get enough time to go out and enjoy yourself.
If you’re married, you don’t have to worry about your social life. It won’t be a hassle if you
decide to go out or need someone to hang out with because your partner will always be there. Since you
and your parent have become a package, your amount of