They have four children, 2 dogs and 7 years together and seem reasonably happy. She is the only unmarried one out of her tight quartet of friends but ironically also the one with the least amount of drama, infidelity and fighting in their relationship. Her friends and family keep asking her when her significant other is going to put a ring on it but Marcia* always smile and shrugged off the suggestion that she needs to tie the knot. For her things are perfectly fine the way they are.
First comes love, then comes marriage and sometimes shortly after…the divorce. Often what started out so promising can be as temporary and fickle as fashion and when it comes to nuptials, happily ever after sometimes only exist in fairy tales. There are many weird and wacky international tales of love and loss hence we sought to whet your appetite for the bizarre with a few marriage and divorce laws that will either make you chuckle or cringe.
The ‘in-law’. A word that can drive fear and frustration in the heart of even the most confident individual. Everyone wants to get along with their in-laws but this is not always possible and when they becoming interfering, it can test the foundation and bonds of even the most loving relationships.
By now most people know that while I am married, I am still fiercely independent. Being married or in a relationship doesn’t mean that you have to lose yourself or your sense of identity. But tell that to some women.