Originally Posted by jonathan7
My own saw on advice; "Good advice is a statement of fact or a question that causes a person to answer their own problem. Bad advice is giving your opinion which is irrelevant as we all have our own paths to take"
Most of the marriages I know, have been long and successful, and of my peers are happy. Should I infer anything from that, or look at wider statistics?
If two people love each other and want to get married, I fail to see why that would doom them to failure.
I agree. Just because the statistics suck doesn't mean that I think that marriage is the end of a relationship. Especially because I'm religious.