I love having my own blog. I can stand on my own soapbox and state my opinion on how I feel about certain things whether if society agrees or not.
This meme or post has become so controversial between men and women.
I don’t think the post is extreme at all. It simply is what it is.
The ultimate goal in dating seriously is to find true love and to solidify your union. To be someone’s wife is a privilege and an honor as well to be a husband.
2nd Part: We (women) need to stop idolizing our boyfriends. It’s okay to love them, appreciate them, and care for them. Yes, yes, yes that is true. But you can’t allow yourself to be swallowed up in them. My boyfriend or my man is completely different from my husband. Know and learn the difference.
Proverbs 18:22 NIV
He who finds a wife finds what is good and receives favor from the LORD.
I’m justifying the use of that biblical quote and backing it up with what was taught to me growing up. There is a sort of validation that comes with being someone’s wife versus just being their girlfriend or life partner. I will never forget my step father liked to have killed or hurt this auto mechanic really bad, for speaking to his wife (my mother) in certain tone. He said “Man that is my WIFE. My WIFE…do you understand me? Don’t ever disrespect her!”
When you have reached the plateau of becoming a man’s wife, it’s a whole different ball game. It’s hard dating out here, with the games men and women both play.
Who wants to date someone for years and years but never take that vow before GOD? Has nothing to do with a ring either. I would get married in a sheet, in the field with just him and I reading the bible to each other. Forget the materialistic stuff. I want to know that you trust me enough to be your wife, your lifelong companion, your forever confidante.
I just feel like, if you know what you want, why not go after it and make it yours? Why are men so afraid of marriage? Why do men feel like all women want is marriage?
All women want a commitment, yes. We want to be the one that you forsake all others for. We want to be protected and to be loved and to hold that title of being your wife. In my opinion, if a man loves you and wants to be with you he will make you his wife.
The problem with society today is that too many feel the need to question and counter act what used to be the norm back in the days. I understand that with time, things change, but shouldn’t the fundamentals be the same?
I think the most important thing out of all of this is this, when you are dating it’s important to discuss things like marriage, future kids and/or finances so you both can be on the same page. If the goal for you is marriage it’s better to put it out there in the beginning to avoid unmet expectations and a letdown.