The 90’s generation’s view on marriage and love. Most of us are children of the 60’s-70’s generation. They were raised in a time where divorce was beginning to become more of an option because their mom’s were taught to be the “housewife”. Their mom’s weren’t meant to have ambitions, go out and work, be independent. They were mostly taught to be aspiring housewives and marry early. Be this timid creature, and NEVER, under any circumstances, leave. Divorce was not an option. But their kids—our parents—were raised during a time where it started becoming acceptable for women to be so much more than that. If they wanted to be married, that’s okay. If they didn’t, well that’s okay, too.
Raised to see that they don’t have to put up with disrespect from men. Raised to see that if they didn’t want to be with them, they could leave. Fearing to be like their parents. Stuck in a marriage simply because you have to, it’s your duty. It’s your job.
That leaves us to many single moms, single dads, broken homes, and no one willing to work things out. Put in any effort to stay married simply because divorce is seen as an option.
We’re the generation who had to learn the hard way that we don’t want our children growing up without both parents under the same roof. Not wanting our kids to feel the hurt, pain, and worst of all, loneliness that comes along with having divorced/separated parents. So we’ve vowed to ourselves that our first marriage will be our last, and divorce is NEVER an option. We’ve come to see:
The only way out of marriage is death, not divorce."
MANE-OFF! LET’S MAKE IT HAPPEN, PEOPLE!
i really want a hair competition to happen
Jared Padelecki’s beautiful mane
and the beautiful grunge-ombre-tastic mane of Jared Leto
how cool is it i can tell which season of Supernatural i’m watching based off Sam’s hair style & length.
Nice things to whisper when hugging someone