â¥âªMeganâ«â¥ - posted on 08/15/2011 ( 66 moms have responded )
I saw this thread in Mom's with Wonderful Husbands about if being married is different from being unmarried. There are a lot of people who seem to believe that there's a ton of difference made when you sign a piece of paper between the married and the unmarried.
Now I'm married and I have no problem with people feeling that the paper they sign makes a huge difference. But the only difference it made for me was that I could move to Canada to be with my husband and apply for a visa in Canada because unlike the States which has a fiance visa Canada only has a marriage visa for couples. I don't see how signing a paper making it legal makes you suddenly above all the non married couples because that's BS. And don't bring God into it (yes I was raised Catholic, but still....) because people have been getting married long before Christianity was invented.
So I'm wondering if anyone else felt a difference between being married and being unmarried in a relationship. Did anything change (besides having to look before you use the toilet) or do you still feel the same?