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This post was edited by casseopeia at 2014-12-17 06:19|
It depends on the guy and how much I love him.
Edit. In general I don't find it acceptable to live together before marriage, because once you decide you can live together, then I think it's also time for marriage...
I just don't want to be so fixed in my opinion, because I remember that I have Danish friends who have children but they never plan on getting married, though they live together. It's just different ways of doing things for different cultures. I was very surprised when she told me she had a child. I said to her, I didn't know you were married. She said, she's not, and never planning to. I asked her how come. She said, well, he's a nice guy and she trusts him. I've seen their photos, they do look happy together, and the guy looks very friendly and kind-hearted. So marriage is just a piece of paper, but it only works if that's how your culture works.
I like to follow the traditional way of doing things, so long as it's not abusive or hurtful...I think you should consider your parents' feelings. Chinese parents raise children very differently from how western parents raise theirs. I think it would be very ungrateful for the average Chinese to completely disregard their parents, but for the westerner it is different.