I love my readers. I really do but let me dispel a message that one of my readers sent me today. I’m not anti-marriage. I am a married woman. My husband and I live together so I can dispel the myth that if I am married that I must be separated. Sorry to burst your bubble but we aren’t. My message for women to make sure they know about what they are getting into prior to marriage isn’t an anti-marriage message.
So many times women rush down the aisle because they are confusing a great connection and wet sheet sets for love. Sorry to my young reader but often times that’s it in a nut shell. If you were looking for a blog that keeps it flowerly than you don’t need to read this one. I actually not a flower girl. I am here only to give you another perspective of a lifetime choice. We know marriages are falling apart. I could give you all the stats in the world but when you are in your home trying to make it work and it isn’t working let it be a bump in the road and not because you are with the wrong mate.
Its going to take more than some pretty gifts and amazing sex life to hold a marriage. It’s going to take more than the responsibility of a family to hold that union together too. So yes get married but before you do make it an informed decision. Don’t go into marriage messing up over people just to fulfill some sad married by 30 goal you have. I would rather you start your life in marriage later in life than to do it to beat your biological clock. You can break that clock if you think that’s going to make you a woman. Please understand that I’m not here to break up a home, I’m simply a voice of reason you have when you don’t have someone in your ear telling you the real. So instead of worrying if I’m married or not make sure your anchor holds when the waves and seasons of marriage come raining down on yours. If you’re single enjoy your single life and stop rushing marriage because everyone around you is doing it. Whatever state your life is in learn to enjoy the ride. You may want to jump ship because you didn’t do your due diligence in the first place.