I will be going to Scottsdale from Big Bear soon so I wanted to post this article first:There are times when a couple marries that friends and family doubt that it will last. But how many of those who are the ones actually marrying think it’s a mistake from the start?
Maybe more than you’d think.
An article was just posted on napw.com (National Association of Professional Women), source, ABC News, Nov. 17, 2011, under the title, “More Women Are Saying ‘I Do’ When They Mean ‘I Don’t.” Authors Andrea Canning and Melia Patria write that a new book highlights a disturbing new trend: Women who knowingly marry the wrong guy. Here in Scottsdale, that is an issue, and I think it is bad for your mental health to do this, as an example, have some kind of insurance, will you? Speaking of that, this is a top Scottsdale annuity
firm for both disability as well as Palm Springs deferred annuities as well. If you get with the wrong partner, you may need a Scottsdale annuity even more. What about real state?
Co-authors Anne Milford, who actually canceled her own wedding five months before the big day and Jennifer Gauvain, a clinical social worker who works with couples and families, interviewed hundreds of divorced women for their book, “How Not to Marry the Wrong Guy.”
Canning and Patria report that through their research, Milford and Gauvain have found that 30 percent of divorcees said they knew they were marrying the wrong man on their wedding day. Gauvain was quoted as saying, “They are walking down that aisle, they are going, ‘Oh my gosh, what am I doing?’”
My friend over in Oahu has her own opinion on this, but then again that is why she is (a picture of health), you know? She was mentioning how a lot of couples in Oahu and other island for that matter were fighting over Oahu Real estate
as well as annuities and other assets. It is not just in Oahu, but Big Bear, Scottsdale and Phoenix as well.
Naturally the article points to the Kim Kardashian debacle, in which her doomed “fairy tale” wedding last summer has made the maven of marketing a target for derision. Canning and Patria note that the marriage spectacle drew an audience of 10 million, cost a reported $10 million, and Kardashian, 31, and her now ex-husband Kris Humphries, 26, made an estimated $17 million off their marriage. The conclusion was a divorce filing, just 72 days later. Here in Oahu this type of thing also happens all of the time. Big Bear real estate
has also been effected, similiar to as on Oahu.
The question is, why do they do it? Why do women feel so compelled to marry they’ll take someone they don’t really want to be married to? Remeber to get NC health insurance too please.