Marriage…It’s All About The Timing

April 21, 2008 at 4:31 pm 3 comments

If the objective of marriage is to marry someone for true love…why do most people get married around the same time?

Now more than ever I’m convinced “love” is timing more than anything.  It’s when two people want the same thing at the same time, and to a degree are willing to comprise.  We all have our “types,” but it seems when we find “that perfect someone” our lists go out the window.  Suddenly we don’t care if they have dark hair, how tall they are, or if they go from god awful white to red when tanning. 

When I was at a bachelorette party over weekend it struck me that all of the women there all got married within a year or two of each other.  If we’re really searching for true love I don’t think this would happen naturally.  Instead people want to settle down and find someone who is good, but who is not the perfect person they had envisioned for years before.


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  • 1. Talia  |  July 15, 2008 at 2:19 am

    Is it possible that there is a nautral time in one’s life (dictated by the society they live in/ tehir lifestyle) when they are more open to love? Is there really only one person you can be happy with, is there no such thing as the ‘perfect person’, is marriage just something you make work, even when you don’t feel so lovey dovey. Even people who are totally ‘in love’ when they get married have rocky patches… just some thoughts. I really like your blog. 🙂

  • 2. Ava V  |  July 15, 2008 at 5:28 pm

    I definitely believe that there is no such thing as a sole mate. And no one is perfect…even DC Hero, although he might argue otherwise. You also have to work very hard to make anything work. Whether the it’s the relationship you have with a friend, your family, or a husband. But I stick with the fact, that both people have to be at a point in their life when they realize that they know what they are capable of and realize they don’t NEED anyone, but that they WANT a companion.

  • 3. dchero  |  August 18, 2008 at 2:26 pm

    Don’t think you can make fun of me and get away with it.


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