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Sisters: Does Marriage = End of Freedom to You?

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  • .mirror.
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    Re: Sisters: Does Marriage = End of Freedom to You?

    :wswrwb:

    Sisters who think like that are, quite frankly, not mature enough for marriage/responsibilities.

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  • Fakhri
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    Re: Sisters: Does Marriage = End of Freedom to You?

    (Could apply to brothers, too, I guess. Maybe not to the same extent, but still... Re: your quick question, Br [MENTION=101256]Morose[/MENTION], this a comment in brackets... I think it's the comments that are passing thoughts/most skippable that get the brackets treatment. :] )

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  • Sisters: Does Marriage = End of Freedom to You?

    :salams:

    I saw this in the Uni thread, and I think this partly true.

    The goal in mind for many sisters for going to Uni is simple...it buys them time 3/4 years of not having to get married and being "free". It's been admitted by several sisters on this forum.
    Ignore the uni part, I disagree with that, and it's not relevant to this thread. But isn't is true that a lot sisters see marriage as being tied down and not having freedom?

    I wonder why this is a common thought? I used to feel this way too when I was younger, based on the experience of people around me.

    I used to think that after marriage, my life will be all duties and responsibilities. I would have no control/choice in what I want to do. I would always be "second"; my husband/children's needs would always come first. (These are what I was taught, and perhaps this is true.)

    What does "freedom" mean to you? Why would marriage prevent you from having it?
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