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Relationship Addiction (Part 2 of 2) — Why you shouldn’t get married

Some people desire marriage for all the same reasons dogs chase cars.


A happily married couple — as delightful as this looks, marriage is not for everyone.

One of the biggest lies propagated in western society is that everyone should be in love with somebody and that love is universally accessible. Nobody tells you however that love has a set of very specific requirements. Some people do not have these qualities in their personality by default and will probably never develop them. Some people should stay single. They are just not mature enough to identify themselves—and that’s precisely where this post comes in.

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  1. Big A
    September 16, 2011 at 8:45 am

    I’ve met a few of these people, the love addicted. And the funny thing is they are all either engaged or already married. I also think it is easier for a man to be unmarried by or past a certain age(30) but a woman???? Oh boy! A woman who possesses the love addiction trait is in a very tough place. I feel like it’s harder for a woman to ignore social norms especially women from underdeveloped nations. But I don’t think a rich man’s view of women is special in comparison to all men. I think it depends on the man actually. I’ve seen poor men who will sleep with anything that will sleep with them. These men view women as property or objects to be kept for use(euphemism for fucking!) and don’t value any other thing about them. But very good post.

  2. Ed Lauter
    August 30, 2011 at 4:54 am

    Never thought of it that way.

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