Now a days it is the most important thing that “Should I marry or not.” There are more different opinions among us but what are the actually behind it. It is good or bad to take marriage!
Marriage is Good
In this post I am going to put some points on the marriage. By which you will be motivate to get a life partner one.
In this post I openly say that “Marriage is Good For Us.” it is no doubt. Let’s walk with me as far as you walk….
Marriage is The Pillar of Long Life
Yes, marriage protects children. And yes, marriage therefore protects taxpayers and society from a broad and deep set of costs, personal and communal. But there is another case for marriage, equally significant, that you probably haven’t heard. Marriage is a powerful creator and sustainer of human and social capital for adults as well as children, about as important as education when it comes to promoting the health, wealth, and well-being of adults and communities. For most Americans, this is news. When it comes to adults, the case for lifelong marriage has been framed in exclusively moral, spiritual, and emotional terms: one side argues for personal liberation from marriage, the other urges parents to sacrifice for God’s and/or the kids’ sake.
These are important considerations to be sure. Parents surely should be willing to make appropriate sacrifices for their kids’ sake. But framing the marriage debate solely in those terms obscures as much as it reveals. It misses the profound benefits that lasting marriage confers on adults. And it overestimates considerably the likelihood that divorce will, in fact, lead to greater happiness for the individual.
Top Ten Reasons Why Marriage is Good for You
There are the several reasons to bind with marriage to a good understanding partner one. Lets eye on…
10. It’s Safer
Marriage lowers the risk that both men and women will become victims of violence, including domestic violence.
9. It Can Save Your Life
Married people live longer and healthier lives. The power of marriage is particularly evident in late middle age.
8. It Can Save Your Kid’s Life
Children lead healthier, longer lives if parents get and stay married.
7. You Will Earn More Money
Men today tend to think of marriage as a consumption item – a financial burden. But a broad and deep body of scientific literature suggests that for men especially, marriage is a productive institution – as important as education in boosting a man’s earnings. In fact, getting a wife may increase your money by about
more than comparable single guys.
6. You Will Get Much Richer
Married people not only make more money, but also they manage money better and build more wealth together than either would alone.
5. Sexual Fidelity
Marriage increases sexual fidelity. Cohabiting men are four times more likely to cheat than husbands, and cohabiting women are eight times more likely to cheat than wives. Marriage is also the only realistic promise of permanence in a romantic relationship.
4. Free From Bonkers
Marriage is good for your mental health. Married men and women are less depressed, less anxious, and less psychologically distressed than single, divorced, or widowed.
3. Marriage Makes You Happy
For most people, the joys of the single life and of divorce are overrated. Overall, 40 percent of married people, compared with about a quarter of singles or cohabitors, say they are “very happy” with life in general. Married people are also only about half as likely as singles or cohabitors to say they are unhappy with their lives.
2. Your Kids Will Love You More
The bonds between parents and children over the long run.
1. You Will Have Better Sex, More Often
Despite the lurid Sex in the City marketing that promises singles erotic joys untold, both husbands and wives are more likely to report that they have an extremely satisfying sex life than are singles or cohabitors. Married people are also the most likely to report a highly satisfying sex life.
By increasing confidence that this partnership will last, marriage allows men and women to specialize—to take on those parts of life’s tasks, from developing an interesting social life to getting money out of insurance companies, that one person does better or enjoys more than the other.
From : City Journal