Marriage vs dating

17-Jul-2019 07:58 by 9 Comments

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Yes, you do turn up at dinners together but spend the time staring at your phone than talking to each other and it is always better when other people are around. You are so used to each other than you probably know everything you need to know about your significant other.

A few years later, I was ready to date for marriage.She has been hinting for a while that you should take the relationship to the next level and looks sadly at other people getting married on Facebook.Perhaps that would get us out of this relationship rut, you think.Soon this announcement will tear through Facebook and your combined news will gather the most number of likes more than you guys ever got. After all, all the married people on Facebook are doing the same thing as you, turning up at dinner, going on trips and frequently reminding each other and the rest of the world how they miss each other while being less than a taxi ride away from each other. Can two different individuals live together without the universe exploding? Like being stuck in quicksand, you will not realize how deep you are in it till its too late. You surrender to your fate and become those grumpy middle aged men you see at the shopping mall who seem to be looking for neighboring buildings to jump from and land on a sharp object. During dating, you will discover how similar you both are and in marriage you will painfully realize that you are both different individuals with different liking.Now marriage is a process with a high barrier to entry and even more higher and painful barrier to exit.clients mention to me that they are interested in forming close relationships, the first question I ask them is: ‘What is your goal?

’ What I want to first understand, or rather, have them get clear on for themselves, is the type of relationship they are interested in having/building.So, we became each others’ boyfriend and girlfriend.I did not put that much thought into it and just went with the flow, (for good and for bad.) In the end it was definitely a valuable learning experience for me.And my approach to dating for marriage was starkly different than when I was interested in having a boyfriend.When I was dating for marriage I was very clear on a lot of things.I was clear about who I was and who (and I stress the ‘who’, as apposed to the ‘what’) I was looking for. I knew what I was and was not willing to compromise on.