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Korrjorr Jeng
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Who benefits more from marriages; men, women or the children?

Relationships like marriage are not usually a win-win situation, there’s always the party that enjoys more and doesn’t have anything to lose. In your opinion, who enjoys more from this companionship?

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3 Her Answers

  1. I think all the parties involve enjoy the benefit of marriage.

    I think all the parties involve enjoy the benefit of marriage.

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  2. Marriage it's a mutual thing,a give and take. So both parties benefit from it.

    Marriage it’s a mutual thing,a give and take. So both parties benefit from it.

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  3. It does depend on how well the marriage is progressing and that's a choice for the couple. The couple can choose the kind of life they want to live which can be beneficial to the both of them, and also the children will benefit more if they are born to a lovely home.

    It does depend on how well the marriage is progressing and that’s a choice for the couple. The couple can choose the kind of life they want to live which can be beneficial to the both of them, and also the children will benefit more if they are born to a lovely home.

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2 Him Answers

  1. Usually, the woman. In the event of a divorce, she gets half of everything, plus a huge payout, even if she married into it or played no part in making the cash to buy it. In addition, she also gets the house in most casses, but you still have to make the mortgage payments on it. She also more oftenRead more

    Usually, the woman.

    In the event of a divorce, she gets half of everything, plus a huge payout, even if she married into it or played no part in making the cash to buy it. In addition, she also gets the house in most casses, but you still have to make the mortgage payments on it.
    She also more often gets custody of the kids and the man only gets get visiting rights or whenever she decides to allow the kids to stay with him. These rights are often ignored by her, leading to a lengthy custody battle to have a court impose those rights, which she then has to abide by or risk losing custody altogether.

    That’s why so many rich men make a woman sign a pre-nuptual agreement so that she can’t walk away with anything more than she came to the marriage with, plus what she personally earned during the marriage.

    While you are still married, she remains at home while you go to work every day to provide for her and the kids etc. Despite what women say, housework isn’t THAT hard, maybe three or four hours every other day, half an hour every day doing the days washing up if you don’t have a dishwasher, will keep most houses spotless, even less if you vacuum the floors every day. So, while you slog your guts out for 12 hours at work, she’s sitting on the sofa watching daytime TV for the most part.

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  2. Children are the great beneficiaries of marriage. This is because they enjoy the love of both parents. The are also a great bond that will make the marriage last in the first place. They will also enjoy inheriting their birth right from their parents' wealth or rather assets.

    Children are the great beneficiaries of marriage. This is because they enjoy the love of both parents. The are also a great bond that will make the marriage last in the first place. They will also enjoy inheriting their birth right from their parents’ wealth or rather assets.

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  1. In a marriage, it's a give and take. Wedlock 'lock' There should be something you sacrifice to get something else in return. Equilibrium locked to benefit the parties involved. Only the children should benefit 100% without giving anything in return. They should benefit anyway... Coz they didn't applRead more

    In a marriage, it’s a give and take. Wedlock ‘lock’ There should be something you sacrifice to get something else in return. Equilibrium locked to benefit the parties involved.
    Only the children should benefit 100% without giving anything in return. They should benefit anyway… Coz they didn’t apply or promise to give anything in return by being Born…

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  2. The expectation is that everyone finds value in the union.

    The expectation is that everyone finds value in the union.

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  3. The children benefit more since parental love can easily be availed to them in a marriage.

    The children benefit more since parental love can easily be availed to them in a marriage.

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