Articulating Marriage

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I’ve been hit with an epidemic, not just any epidemic like flu or malaria; I mean some other epidemic called uncertainty of articulating marriage. Marriage is not what I alone question but, everyone does. Do you want to be married or you just like the idea of marriage? Or is marriage for everybody? These are particular questions I’ve asked when doing my many research and interviews and can I tell you, the answers were very intriguing.

What does the term marriage means as quoted from dictionary.com: The legal or religious ceremony that formalizes the decision of two people to live as a married couple including the accompanying social festivities: to officiate at a marriage. Synonyms: nuptials, marriage ceremony, and wedding. Antonyms: divorce, annulment.

In a nutshell, prior to getting married there is always a compatibility test, before taking this supposing extra mile. Categories couples should evaluate their relationship with are: work, home, relationships history, sex, health, appearance, parenthood, extended family, friends, pets, politics, community, charity, military, the law, media, religion, culture, leisure, holiday and birthdays, travel and vacation education, transportation, communication, meal time, gender role, race, ethnicity differences and living everyday. Don’t be fool to think a marriage is built solely on “love, communication, finance and sex”

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