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Top 10 Reasons To Get Married
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Married men take a lot of shots in popular culture. Commercials, movies and sitcoms frequently represent married men as bumbling, ineffective, screwups, suffering under the judgmental eye of their all-knowing wives. Every day, married guys are told that they've given up their freedom or that they've been emasculated. But you know what? Married men don't actually mind all the ribbing. They can take the jokes from the media, and from all of their immature, misogynistic friends. They can handle it all because, in truth, they know they have it far better than the single guys do.
You may think that marriage is for suckers, but we’re here to give your head a shake. In fact, we’ll bet that most of you, if interrogated privately away from your binge-drinking bachelor buddies, wouldn't hesitate to admit that deep down you hope to get married someday. And that's a good thing, because being married is ultimately better than being single.
We can prove it. Elsewhere on this site, Justin Jackson has put together a list of the Top 10: Reasons Not To Get Married, but his list will tremble in fear before the indisputable correctness of my Top 10: Reasons To Get Married.
10. Marriage makes you live longer
Various studies have indicated that happily married men tend to outlast their single counterparts. For example, a 2006 study performed by University of California researchers contended that single people are five times more likely to die of infectious disease, nearly 40% more likely to die of heart disease and twice as likely to die accidentally. Other studies suggest that the rate of mortality is a whopping 250% higher among single men than it is among married men.
Top 10: Reasons Not To Get Married
Ok, no matter guys want to get married or not. Let's end it in another way: Marriage is more beneficial for men than women, study shows
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