"Getting married is not the end of love story, on the contrary, it is the beginning."
I was told by lots of my intimate sisters that getting married does not mean being happy for once and all. In fact, among the huge excitement of being united to a new life, there always comes along with conflicts, strange uncomfortable compromise, heartbroken disagreements, most of the time, unhappy memories more than in love. Of course, what you have been hiding from each other has been shown, and when you don't intend to pretend to be a gentle or adorable companion, but a real other half, things begin to getting ugly, but honey, that is only the ultimate truth of life.
They say they get married because they found the
"unique" one, but when stepping into marriage, they found out whoever can be unique one, as in the end, after lots of efforts and compromise, they live peacefully as a family, one that you will live your rest life with. But the process is long and tough. But couples will never give up easily. No, marriage is not like love, much has been cost, and much needs to be maintained.
No matter how happily or awfully described, marriage is still a mysterious and noble to us single girls. At one time, we are fearing of the chaos coming along with the heavy responsibility, one the other hand, we do not hesitate for one second to hold on man's hand and say yes when it is truly the best men you will wed.
So we are always self contradictory, but as the soft gender on earth, our lust for love, respect, and faith will never fail. So if they say "marriage is the tum of love", let it be, we would not want to be "died without place to be buried".