Wednesday, December 6, 2017


Men are not afraid of marriage -- they're afraid of a bad marriage. That's the word from Carl Weisman, author of "So Why Have You Never Been Married? Ten Insights Into Why He Hasn't Wed." The lifelong bachelor says, "Men are 10 times more scared of marrying the wrong person than of never getting married at all." In 1980, just 6% of men who had reached their early 40s had never married, compared with 17% today. According to Weisman, there are four groups of bachelors:
  • Those who are sure they never want to marry: 8% 
  • Those who do want to marry: 31% 
  • Those who want to marry, but won't settle for anything less than perfection: 31% 
  • Those who aren't sure if they want to marry: 30%

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