Still In School
It’s taking people longer and longer to finish college today, and using it as an excuse to not marry someone can push marriage back years.
Haven’t Traveled Yet
There’s nothing stopping you from traveling once you’re married, and exploring the world with your loved one should be something to look forward to, not something to avoid.
Afraid Of Divorce
Letting other people's failed marriages affect your decision to commit to someone is a sign of uncertainty and doubt.
Already Live Together
Living together isn't the same as being married. If you truly don’t see how being married would change your life, then why are you avoiding it?
It’s Just A Legality
Yes, but an important one. Marriage isn't just a sign of commitment — it’s also a sign of faith and loyalty.
Waiting To Fix Problems In The Relationship
No relationship is perfect, but it’s the willingness of partners to stick it out and keep trying that makes it work. Wanting a perfect relationship is one way to stay single forever.
Don’t Want To Lose Freedom
If you think getting married is comparable to being in jail, then maybe you shouldn't be in any relationship.
Can’t Afford It
It doesn’t take a lot of money to get married. You can easily go to the courthouse and get a marriage license and wait to have the wedding of your dreams when you can afford it.
You just know when you love someone enough to spend the rest of your life with them, and it doesn’t matter if you’re 25 or 45. If you use age as an excuse to avoid marriage, then maybe you aren’t with the right person.
This may be one of the oldest and lamest excuses in the book. Saying you’re not ready to commit is just another way to avoid owning up to your fear.