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10 Stories Explaining Why Many Modern Women Don’t Want to Get Married

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I dont want to get married simply because my in-laws doesnt like me at all.I dont want my happiest moment to be ruined by them.
J.36yrs old
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These are all well made up stories, showing only one side of it. We need to find the dark side of these stories to conclude about the subject matter
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Most of the stories sound sense but when you find the right people, your soul made you could leave a legacy by making a child ol children. Marriage never changes your life into hell you just don't find the right person.
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I have never wanted marriage. This is partly due to my strong sense of ambition and independence. I'm already married. Since middle school, which is to school and a career. I would rather be a boss and a world leader than have a wife. For some reason, I cannot stand by it. No. I don't hate men. I just hate marriage and what it promotes. I believe in myself first. I don't want to care for others feelings.
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I am married for 5 years. But honestly what i saw in these years that people just say for the sake of saying that wife and husband are equal. They are never. Only the wife s the one who has to adjust with hell lot of people as per their living standards. Nothing changes for the husband except for 1 single person. They are never frowned upon when they fail in making efforts to come into the good books of their wife's parents. But for a girl/wife this is the highest necessity to make up with her in-laws for her happy marriage. And also he can always escape from any heated arguments between girl and her in-laws saying that he cannot support as he loves both even when he knows what exactly went wrong. My life has changed like hell. and i am not liking it at all. Too many expectations from someone who has just been part of a family and nobody has done anything extra ordinary for her the way her parents did right from bringing her up, loving her without judgement, funding her education and life. They are the ones who should actually should except instead of hypocrite in-laws.
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If marriage is not for you, simply do not marry anyone. However from what I see, many women want to play the field as long as they have a steady stream of men to choose from. Once that well starts to dry up, women then try to settle down. The problem is that women are more likely to attract the men they really want in 20s. Once you hit 30 and higher, the pool of desirable men to choose from shrinks. Men also have all the advantages after 30 because have no biological clock to worry about for at least another 30 to 40 years. As for marriages, the marriage rate is plummeting because men have woken up to the huge financial risk marriage is for them and are choosing not to play along. Marriage poses no such risk for women because they can leave at any time for any reason without repercussions. Divorces have become a great source for women to increase their financial wealth since 80% of all women marry men making more than them. Furthermore, 90% of women divorce their husbands when become the higher earner at any point during the marriage—at least in most Western countries. So, women have no need to fear marriage—men do.
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