Dating when married
People may also be putting off marriage longer for economic reasons.
“When there's rough economic times, marriage rates go down,” Eric Klinenberg, sociologist and co-author of Aziz Ansari's .
Dating is an intentional pursuit of marriage, not casual preparation for it.
Eighty percent feel that since getting married the level of commitment has increased and 60% feel that since getting married the level of happiness has increased.
Over half also think the level of trust has increased as well as the love between them and their partner.
Unfortunately, many of us are being told we must date early and often if we ever want to be ready for marriage.
For instance, one popular Christian dating book reads, “Dating is an incubator time of discovering the opposite sex, one’s own sexual feelings, moral limits, one’s need for relationship skills, and one’s tastes for people.” Sounds practical and reasonable on the surface.
Search for dating when married:
Sex was important, but that was not the most important thing between us… Feeling loved by another man has helped me being more self-confident.