So you've turned 25 and at every possible human interaction, you're being asked that one annoying question: When are you getting married? Most of the people who've lived a quarter start thinking about their married life and some even get hitched before that. But no mercy is shown to those who really don't wanna get into this marriage thing and are may be just happy with their dating life.
Here, we tell you the signs of being a person who's really not meant to get married and why it's actually good for you!
If you can't tolerate a sink full of dishes and wonder how things would go resentful once you exchange the vows with someone, then it's better not to. Trust me, you're not being selfish at all. It's your life, and you decide
You haven't met someone who 'completes you' and you actually love the freedom.
They're the pretty normal things to have. You cannot imagine spending a lifetime with a person and are honestly being much more sensible than just rushing into it.
People with divorced parents or similar unfortunate experiences aren't very positive about exchanging vows. It's perfectly fine to have issues and decide according to you.
While watching a wedding scene in a movie, you really can't imagine how would you look in that gown or how'd you two exchange vows. You actually get a bit scared on the thought of wedding receptions, dance and all that stuff.
And you really don't want to be tied up in a relationship. You love paying your own bills, having night outs and random solo trips.
You don't believe in first love, then marriage trend. You're fine with having babies before marriage as well. Also, you're in favor of a live-in relationship.
Goldie Hawn once said on the program Chatty Man, "The wake-up call every day is, 'Do I want to be with this man? Do I want to be in this relationship? Am I willing to give something? How can it flourish and do I want to be there?' Any marriage, any ceremony, any ring will not define that truth."