Dating versus marriage
Here, my friends, are the differences between dating and marriage.
Marriage: Using a gallon of milk to hide the delicious chocolate in the back of the fridge.
The couple can go on to have a long and happy marriage even after a disastrous wedding.
If you were to ask me several years ago to give you a rundown of courtship vs dating I would have easily pulled out my notes and let it rip.
Therefore, “You are invited to my wedding.” is correct and “You are invited to my marriage”. “Their marriage was a disaster.” implies that the couple was not happy in their life together and are probably separated or divorced.
Recently, after someone I’ve mentored finally decided to declare that they were in a relationship, they didn’t know if they should call it dating or courting.
As a general rule, one can argue that personal growth is attained in either dating or marriage. The personal growth experienced by dating may come from meeting new people, experiencing new things and focusing entirely on your own self-interest.
Personal growth through a marriage is fulfilling by having a partner for the rest of your life who can be there as your best friend and spiritual adviser.
Seven years ago, I said “I do” to fine young man in front of a hundred family members and best friends.
As we ate good food and danced the night away, I envisioned our post-honeymoon lifestyle to resemble that of June and Ward Cleaver.
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Then, reality set in and my marriage began to resemble Dan and Roseanne Connor’s. “Keeping the romance alive” is difficult with young kids, career ventures, and the stress of everyday life.