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Is Marriage A Commitment Or A Contract?

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Tonight, on "It's Real Talk Radio", we're addressing a controversial topic; marriage! So, Is marriage a commitment for the rest of your life or is it a more political and more of a contract between the 2 parties and Uncle Sam? With the rise in YouTubers, Instagram Live, Facebook Live and other platforms who give content creators a voice, marriage has become a hot topic, as of late. Some people feel like you need to take someone's hand in holy matrimony to be fulfilled while others feel like it's a trap!

Most people can agree that there are both pros and cons when it comes to marriage. The bigger question is do the pros outweigh the cons? What do you consider to be pros minus cons? Would you consider divorce if you were unhappy and if you established a significant fortune before or during your marriage, are you willing to fight it out in court to see how much your formal spouse is entitled to? These are some of the questions we must ask ourselves before deciding making such a life altering decision.

It's no secret that women typically care more about being married and having that expensive rock that symbolizes their union. In fact, it's likely that most guys would be content just being in a long-term relationship for the rest of their lives, if it made their woman happy. Most guys feel like marriage is the way to show your woman you're all about her and fully committed. However, we all know that in reality, married people can and do cheat just like non married couples.

In fact, the level of toxicity typically rises after marriage. Some people feel like marriage is the most efficient way to save their dying relationship. History however has shown otherwise. But that doesn't stop most people from still jumping the broom. Some do it for spiritual/religious purposes. Well tonight, we'll be sharing our views and you know it's gonna get real, so don't miss out!

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