All you start talking about is the good times both of you share every day.
And then, one fine day, just before hanging up he says, “Sweetheart, if only I wasn’t married, I would be so in love with you. The beginning of the end The real dark story unveils here.
That one conversation in the office cubicle takes you all the way to the coffee shop, the snack bar, the restaurant, and the movie hall.
Both of you end up talking about it over the phone, and at some point of time, there’s a total block of his family turmoil.
If you want to be the center of the universe, then there’s a much better chance of that happening if you stay single.
Rule 2: Getting married gives a man a chance to step up and finish growing up.
Getting into a relationship with married men We love helping people we like out of troubling situations.
And admit it, you’d love a man who’s a mess, if he likes you. But when he looks towards you for emotional support and love, the same things his own wife, apparently, doesn’t provide him, you end up falling in love, more with his emotional affairs rather than anything else.
They got that way from paying your bills, cleaning your clothes, and listening to you talk about how cool you thought you were.
The best preparation for marriage for a single man is to man up now and keep on becoming the man God created him to be.
Rule 3: It’s okay to have one rookie season, but it’s not okay to repeat your rookie season.
In some schools, they have abolished failing grades and they'll give you as many times as you want to get the right answer.
This doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to anything in real life. After reading this piece, I was inspired to take a crack at something I’d been chewing on: “11 Rules on Marriage You Won’t Learn in School.” Rule 1: Marriage isn’t about your happiness.