What makes a man want to marry? I think men don't want to marry anymore.

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DocHoliday1977

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Exactly the way that the Jews and the capitalists want it. Congratulations, the Hebrews won.


Uh huh. That was a painful victory, then. Greed rules capitalism AND communism not any particular ethnic group. Many people who advocate socialism and communism want to be in charge to have control over resources to assuage their greed at being fed and rich first then dole out what’s left to the people.
 

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Married, happily so far.

I think you need to be happy by yourself before you can be happy with someone else. I’ve seen too many people who seem desperate to not be alone and so they end up with someone horrible or just wrong for them and are miserable. Or women who want the white dress and the fuss over a long term relationship.

It’s probably not for everyone but if you take your time and are picky it can work. Avoid anyone who is drama or any kind of trouble physically or emotionally and don’t rush into it. I married late and i think that was a good thing. I found someone funny, intelligent and with a similar sense of humour. I was quite surprised when I did, I’m not everyone’s cup of tea.

But yeah, it can be good. There are some good people out there.
 

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Married, happily so far.

I think you need to be happy by yourself before you can be happy with someone else. I’ve seen too many people who seem desperate to not be alone and so they end up with someone horrible or just wrong for them and are miserable. Or women who want the white dress and the fuss over a long term relationship.

It’s probably not for everyone but if you take your time and are picky it can work. Avoid anyone who is drama or any kind of trouble physically or emotionally and don’t rush into it. I married late and i think that was a good thing. I found someone funny, intelligent and with a similar sense of humour. I was quite surprised when I did, I’m not everyone’s cup of tea.

But yeah, it can be good. There are some good people out there.

STAR, HIGHLIGHT, AND UNDERLINE. I have things I enjoy that make me happy on my own.
 

DocHoliday1977

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I feel silly for having to say this out loud, but, violent outburst and images show a disturbed person who doesn't need to be in public much less in a relationship.
 

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I mean, I think part of our reason for getting married as soon as we did was financial. I owned a house, he was struggling to find a place to stay. I'm trying to get through school to become an NP and was struggling with my payments. He could have just moved in and helped pay the bills but honestly, it feels more fulfilling to say "my husband" than "my boyfriend". We knew we were going to anyway so we got it over with quickly.

Another reason was because we do both want kids someday and have similar ideas about child rearing. Once I get through school we shouldn't need two incomes to live pretty decently so we wouldn't have to pay for child care and could raise our kids the way we want. He's supportive of my career ambitions as an NP and joining the ANG (I'd like to retire as an officer). He has a background in computer work where he could find a job to work remotely if he wanted as well.

It's not just that we love each other, we are compatible. This post doesn't sound romantic or anything but some parts of a marriage do sound more like a business transaction than true love and I think knowing how to deal with both sides of it is part of what makes successful marriages.
 

DocHoliday1977

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I mean, I think part of our reason for getting married as soon as we did was financial. I owned a house, he was struggling to find a place to stay. I'm trying to get through school to become an NP and was struggling with my payments. He could have just moved in and helped pay the bills but honestly, it feels more fulfilling to say "my husband" than "my boyfriend". We knew we were going to anyway so we got it over with quickly.

Another reason was because we do both want kids someday and have similar ideas about child rearing. Once I get through school we shouldn't need two incomes to live pretty decently so we wouldn't have to pay for child care and could raise our kids the way we want. He's supportive of my career ambitions as an NP and joining the ANG (I'd like to retire as an officer). He has a background in computer work where he could find a job to work remotely if he wanted as well.

It's not just that we love each other, we are compatible. This post doesn't sound romantic or anything but some parts of a marriage do sound more like a business transaction than true love and I think knowing how to deal with both sides of it is part of what makes successful marriages.

No, I disagree with the last part, there is a sense of love and sensuality when two people naturally love and can come together naturally. The feeling of the right decision at the right time with the right person is what I think is a clue for a successful marriage.

Who has been having violent outbursts?


I'm not dating you or marrying you, Tony.

I'm a Native American and Jew - I'm a double Semite and proud of it. I don't carry on with Racists.

*please ignore the sick fcks that post bs. They are Tony Robbins and Harvey Weinstein shills and have been harassing me with forced marriage, rape, death threats along with violent images. They are losers of the rankest sort. No decent woman wants to have anything to do with them. They are evil.

May the evil they do fall on their heads a thousand fold.
 
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Disgruntled Pupper

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Why would I want to get married when I can simply wait 10 more years until my eggs are good and fried and then use a sperm bank to start shitting out autistic goblin after autistic goblin? I'll get to suck the tax payers dry through welfare, unleash my screeching spawn upon society, and entertain future Kiwi Farms with the next generation of cows.

Kiwi femcles rise up! We are the mothers who will birth the age of autism!
 

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There's no option for "single and rethinking it". I've actually been thinking about his a lot recently (I feel like I type that sentence a lot). I'm a Gen-Xer that was "socially conditioned" into believing marriage was a scam and having kids is nothing but an unneeded burden. Live your life and have fun. Well, now that I've done that through my 20s and 30s, and at almost 40, I have nothing to show for it. Even if I have a kid right now, I'd be close to 60 when my first kid graduates high school.

So I kind of feel like I'm in a sort of dilemma. If I find a woman my age to start a family with, there might be some problems with that biologically. I mean, Chris-chan is all I have to say. But dating someone much younger than me makes me feel like a creepy old guy.

My question is, how old is too old for a woman to be attracted to a man? Is age less of an issue to women than it is to a man? On the pro side, I've gotten my partying days out of my system and I am more world weary. On the con side, I feel like a creepy old guy and all the self loathing that made me type this all out in the first place.
 

DocHoliday1977

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There's no option for "single and rethinking it". I've actually been thinking about his a lot recently (I feel like I type that sentence a lot). I'm a Gen-Xer that was "socially conditioned" into believing marriage was a scam and having kids is nothing but an unneeded burden. Live your life and have fun. Well, now that I've done that through my 20s and 30s, and at almost 40, I have nothing to show for it. Even if I have a kid right now, I'd be close to 60 when my first kid graduates high school.

So I kind of feel like I'm in a sort of dilemma. If I find a woman my age to start a family with, there might be some problems with that biologically. I mean, Chris-chan is all I have to say. But dating someone much younger than me makes me feel like a creepy old guy.

My question is, how old is too old for a woman to be attracted to a man? Is age less of an issue to women than it is to a man? On the pro side, I've gotten my partying days out of my system and I am more world weary. On the con side, I feel like a creepy old guy and all the self loathing that made me type this all out in the first place.


Many women in their 40’s have healthy babies. Don’t listen to psychos like self help gurus. But do remember you keep people out, be ready to be alone. 60 and alone, or 60 and a proud father?


I have my own concerns though. The reality of having a full body breathing person in your life disconcerts me.
 
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I voted married, but it isn't strictly true. I've been in an intensely satisfying relationship for nearly two decades. It was love at first sight, and we continue to be stupid for each other, despite having a ton of distractions and challenges. Marriage was never a consideration, and why would it be? Its an antiquated concept. The notion of one man transferring stewardship of a female to another, while I'm sure it had it's purpose long ago, its no longer necessary. Currently, marriage is a scary financial contract that can stretch your asshole for you - don't do it, and REALLY don't do it in Canada.

https://youtu.be/SaC-2lj6HNg (Dave Foley ruined in bitter divorce)



Find a partner of excellent, unimpeachable character. A person you trust with your fucking life - do NOT settle for less. Only then can you establish a family and intermingle your financial lives. It can be extremely tempting to settle - don't.

A family is based in trust, friendship and love. You don't need a business contract.