With the ever increasing complications that come with this modern day thing called relationships, it seems that most people simply don't want to get married to anyone even when they proclaim that they do verbally.
It seems that these days the institution of marriage and the traditional structure of family is a passing phenomenon in a world of ever increasing dysfunctional situations.
We have extended families were the core original family has been severely altered. We have relationships that are placed on top of situations without closure and raw wounds still unhealed.
How can we merely pick ourselves up to swiftly dust ourselves off to join onto someone else without bringing the old emotional unfinished baggage into the new union? It becomes a compounded mess when you consider that it may not have been too long for that new person to have gotten over the situation that they recently came out of.
We seem to change "significant others" as rapidly as we change the shirts on our back. We do not take the time to get to know our mates in an slow and sure manner as it appears that we want those gaps of mandatory and very much of a healing state called being alone to become a long term state in our lives.
Being alone is not the same as being lonely, yet we confuse the two and seem to get ourselves into a world of trouble from the extreme drama of taking someone new into our lives without the waiting period that ensures the union between the both of you is a sound and thorough fit.
It's definitely confusing so on this episode of The LanceScurv Show we ask the ladies "Do Women Really Want Marriage Or Are Just Playing Games?"