In 1975 only 16% of couples lived together before getting married, now that
number is just over 80%. Couples are also deciding to start families before
marriage now more than ever before. Given that, is marriage still relevant? How
important is the ceremony and certificate in 2020? LiveTribers, what do you
Posted by on 10 Jul 2020
Domain marriage is still highly relevant as a person who comes from a split
family alone I just want to know one I couldn't wait to become a woman and grow
up let alone to be walking down the aisle so I actually find the guy that loves
me for me of course I agree with marriage but that doesn't make me a full
believer in Christian nor Christ I will be having a Blackman wedding that means
black dress not white as myself I'm not a virgin so why should I have to follow
certain regulations you don't you just have to know that if you believe in in
love let alone finding your soulmate and that's the only person you want to be
with will then of course get married I'm down for 100% black dress when I get
married when I die it white dress
Well, the laws surrounding marriage & divorce and what is forbidden inside of
those has changed quite a bit since 1975. You can also choose to get married in
a government office and hold a ceremony at some point later down the track, like
after you have acquired your 2.3 children and eight residential properties to
fund it all. Ultimately, you will base your decisions regarding ceremony around
the wishes of both sides of the families involved. I've been married for many
years already and by agreement, without an expensive ceremony nor church
wedding. We do what we have to do in these interesting times and always with the
blessings of as many as possible with the intention to add to our rapidly
declining world population because we're being killed off at a much higher rate
than so-called peaceful times have previously dictated.
Kids can't afford to save for a deposit on a house or the the mortgage that
comes with it. Friends with benefits, Feminist nonsense, Fluid gender, LGBTIXYZ
etc, Sex education for primary schools nonsense and the falseness of social
media making them believe everybody leads a perfect life 'except them'. For the
last 20 plus years young men have been told they should be 'snags' (sensitive
new age guys) etc which has resulted in most young people not knowing if they
are Arthur or Martha. Throw in the MSM extolling the virtues of so called
celebrities having pre-nup legal agreements in place before they marry, plus the
fall from grace of the religious top echelons no wonder young people don't want
a bar of marriage. Rant over... Namaste.
This year we are celebrating 20 years of being married. It is up to the
individual. Marriage benefits children and those who are in it, who are truly
committed to it. Marriage benefits society and the community.
2020 I dont believe its as relevant as it was 50 years ago,I had children in the
80s.married in 1994,divorced in 2004.
I would have loved to be married first but it didnt work out,Ex hubby wasnt sure
he was ready to be married,then he was the one that wanted the divorce.
Marriage is very likely a male , patriarchal construct. However for those that
believe that they truly love one another then it provides a written and verbal
contract of commitment. If marriage was truly on the way out then no-one would
ever do it. Marriage still seems to provide a semblance of a stable society.
Much research consistently shows that children raised by a married couple seem
to do better on life and health than others.