A generation ago, marriage was an obvious and assumed step into adulthood and commitment. Today, many people find themselves wondering, is marriage actually the precursor to either commitment or happiness?!
To what extent does marriage define commitment? To what extent does marriage indicate the security and healthy feelings or behaviors that are meant to come with it? Does marriage contribute to, let alone guarantee fidelity, financial security, trust, or happiness?
Let’s face it, marriage does not in and of itself guarantee a commitment.
We are all too aware of the statistics about infidelity and divorce. So walking down the aisle and signing a document do not in any way guarantee a real commitment.
At the same time, the experience of commitment is a necessary component of a healthy, securely functioning bond that lasts.
The reason for this is that commitment provides several necessary psychological conditions necessary for...
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