You'll Marry the Wrong Person

by ParentCo. June 02, 2016

IT’S one of the things we are most afraid might happen to us. We go to great lengths to avoid it. And yet we do it all the same: We marry the wrong person.

Partly, it’s because we have a bewildering array of problems that emerge when we try to get close to others. We seem normal only to those who don’t know us very well. In a wiser, more self-aware society than our own, a standard question on any early dinner date would be: “And how are you crazy?”

Click over to the NYTimes below to read the full essay: Source: Why You Will Marry the Wrong Person - NYTimes.com


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