Recently I read an article by Julia Shaw bemoaning the ever decreasing percentage of people getting married young. Shaw bucked this trend and got married at 23. In her article, she wondered out loud what the rest of us are waiting for. The crux of her argument, that more people
So the other day, I'm talking to a co-worker about his recent nuptials. Out of curiosity, I asked him how he proposed. So apparently, he was getting ready to leave for Korea to see his parents and he said these words to his then girlfriend (and now wife): If you
"Why are you still single?” I know some people consider this question to be annoying. I, however, am flattered when people ask it. If you’re tired of hearing this question, you should take comfort in the idea that people find you normal enough, attractive enough and well-balanced enough to wonder
“I’m gonna be the coolest stepdad ever.” I’ve legally been a stepfather to three for a little over three months now. But I’ve been in their lives for about two years. Long before my wife and I ever actually got married, I was entertaining the idea of becoming a stepfather
Interracial marriage in America is at an all time high, according to the latest census data from 2012, one out of every twelve marriages in America these days is between people of different races. Leading the way are Asians and Hispanics where nearly 25% of each group marries outside of their race.
Call me old fashioned, and despite how I might have come across in my article The Cult of Marriage, I do actually want to get married someday. Just please don’t tell my mom I ever admitted to this because she is desperate for that someday to be tomorrow, and I