Monday, May 23, 2011

"Twenty and Engaged"

Elizabeth Hanna celebrates her decision to be married at a young age in this article. She raises some great points, including:

But now we think it’s better if man is alone. So we tell children to live for themselves as long as they can; to establish their careers before all else; to have self-satisfying flings, and date for the fun of it; and to hold off marriage as long as they can, because life ends on the wedding day. It’s no surprise that when they grow up and marry, they remain alone, with separate careers, separate bank accounts, separate bedrooms, separate friends, separate beliefs — separate hearts.

Read it all here.

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