How long will you keep postponing marriage for assumed ‘Mr Right’
In this contemporary age, our neighbourhoods and cities are full of young, unmarried eligible bachelors and single ladies with delusions about love, dating and romance. It is not unusual to see lots of unmarried people attending clubs, weddings, churches, mosques and religious programmes in expectation of meeting someone to marry.
Yet, according to the single men and ladies in this picture, there’s a big unspoken issue around young people and romance. It’s really difficult for them.
While many of them are honest and ready to commit, they struggle to find partners who are ready to date just one person today. It appears everybody is keeping their romantic options open, constantly scanning the dating landscape looking for better partners. As such, it’s now commonplace to see many people postponing marriage until their thirties.
Considering the fact that most of our grandparents got married in their early twenties, do you think they have a point or do they just have delusion about love, dating and marriage?
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