” Dating: Excitedly wondering what kind of cute gift you might receive “just because.” Marriage: Grumbling when you receive gifts because you are supposed to be saving for a new roof (but you still appreciate the gift anyway.) Dating: Promising to never go to bed angry. Dating: Four-course, homemade meals in five-inch heels.
A study conducted by psychologist Ilene Siegler, Ph.
D., found that people who had been married well into the middle years were less likely to die from serious illnesses such as heart disease and cancer, usually recovering faster from these conditions than their unmarried counterparts.
Dating: Using Spanx to hide your cellulite and belly fat.
Marriage: Frozen pizza on paper plates in sneakers and a stained T-shirt from a corporate fundraiser.
She has a background in education, research and counseling.
She taught at the elementary level for eight years, and has a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from York University in Toronto, Canada.
People who marry earlier in life are less likely to have completed higher education and be employed in mediocre jobs rather than progressive careers.
Moreover, should your spouse have different ideas concerning spending decisions, you may experience difficulty in reaching agreements to budget for the money that you are making and in planning for your future.
Here, my friends, are the differences between dating and marriage.
Marriage: Using a gallon of milk to hide the delicious chocolate in the back of the fridge.