Think about it.
Do you REALLY want to get married or do you just want companionship, someone to spend time with and do things with on a regular basis?
Oprah Winfrey has said many times, "with marriage there are expectations."
Ironically, Oprah's father, Vernon and his current wife, Barbara, are in a bitter divorce battle. Read the article published in The Tennessean here.
Vernon says his wife is "guilty of inappropriate marital conduct."
So I looked up the term, "inappropriate marital conduct" and according to Turner Law Offices, it is "the most commonly used ground for divorce" and "means that one spouse has done something that the other
spouse deems inappropriate."
The full-service law firm notes on its website that "Cases where inappropriate marital conduct has been proven include: "flipping the bird," calling the other spouse names or using
profanity, not providing for the spouse, abnormal sexual requests, and,
generally, being a pain in the #^$."
On the other hand, Barbara, Vernon's wife, has accused her husband of trying to kill her.
Geez...this after 12 years of marriage.
So let me hear from you:
Do you really want to get married or do you just want a constant companion because you're lonely?
And folks who are married or were married: Why did you get married? Was it what you expected?
holla at me...