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Alex thompson English 1 09.20.08 Rough Draft Loving someone and committing to that person by marrying them will make you happy but to keep this happiness you have to constantly fight for it . Many couples who get married do so when they are very young because they feel strong feelings for each other and don’t really care about anything but being with each other for the rest of their lives. Falling in love at a young age and getting married seems great at the time but in the future one or both partners will feel different towards each other and make mistakes that will haunt them for the rest of their lives. Marrying someone at a young age Is not the smartest thing to do. There are many reasons why. The main reason is that both partners don’t have enough experience in life to commit to someone else and be faithful without being curious of what else is out there. If you marry someone when your very young and this person that your marrying is all you ever seen then the odds are that you will end up cheating or leaving that person because you will end up feeling that there is more out there in life that you haven’t experienced and would certainly love to experience. In the story “ Interpreter of Maladies” Mrs. Das married her husband when they were very young and they knew each other since they were kids and basically all they knew and had was each other. Well being that Mrs. Das never had any experience with anyone else she ended up cheating on her husband with a friend of her husband that was
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