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People frequently consider the subject, “Will I Ever Get Married?” If you’re asking this question, it could mean you’re interested in making a long-term commitment to someone. Marriage is a significant milestone in anyone’s life, and contemplating it might be frightening. Marriage, on the other hand, can be a very gratifying experience. Because it is totally up to you, there is no final answer to the question of whether or not you will marry. Some people know they want to marry from an early age, while others hardly consider it. It’s fine if we marry somebody for reasons that don’t work out in the long run. After my first marriage ended in divorce, I yearned to fall in love and start over. I wanted to show my princess-obsessed little children that true love could exist and that their romantic fantasies might be realized. That my love fantasies could become a reality. I was optimistic when I met Mark, who is now my second husband. He was able to counteract my worry with a deep sense of serenity. He told me he wanted to spend the rest of his life pursuing romance. I had made up my mind. Even better, no one defended me (or my work) more than he did. He gushed over me in the first year we were together in a way that only my grandma had done before. It was fantastic. We married four years after we first met. It was something I had to persuade Mark to do; divorce is difficult, and neither of us wanted to go through it again. But I believe I had a deeper agenda, which I was unaware of at the time. I believe that one of the reasons I wanted to marry Mark was that I didn’t want to raise my children alone. It was so much more enjoyable to talk to an adult late at night. Unconsciously, I married Mark again in an attempt to maintain those feelings of adoration that characterize the early stages of practically every relationship. Nothing could be more romantic than a wedding and honeymoon; nothing could, in principle, make our bond more permanent. This is obviously illogical reasoning. Of fact, there was no actual link between the sentiments I sought to bring back and the institution of marriage.

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