May 30, 2013 1 Comment
I’m not ashamed to say that I’m a proponent of traditional marriage. I don’t buy into “marriage equality” trend readily adopted by my peers. Does that make me a bigot? No. I’m entitled to have a difference of opinion.
That being said, here is an excerpt from my column at Marriage Generation:
It’s true that having a career that is enjoyable and rewarding can bring immense personal satisfaction. Perfecting skills and seeing your talents unfold leaves you feeling great. Yet at the end of the day, we all long for something more. We want the presence of someone to love and cherish.
And so the question beckons: what do we—driven millennials—do when our career ambition collides with our desire for marriage, relationships and settling down?
I’m an ambitious 22-year-old in the conservative political realm. On top of a full-time job, I blog, maintain some semblance of a social life, and enjoy quality family time. I keep myself busy and have my priorities in check. I know what I’m looking for in a potential husband and life partner. And yet, like so many other young professionals, balancing my career with the desire to settle down in the future is a real challenge. Yes, we still dream of finding Prince Charming (whoever he is), getting married, and having kids. We’d also like to land our ideal jobs.
- 7 Deadly Sins of Cohabitation (dangerouslee.biz)