Would you rather have a successful career or successful marriage?

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Sarahsez
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Can only pick one.

Would you rather a high flying well paid successful career or a happy successful marriage?
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A successful marriage, that lasts a life time. But with a career, I'll retire at 65.
Why not a successful marriage, with a husband who has a successful career?

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Successful career
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Successful marriage although I aim to achieve both.
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Successful career because if you have lots of loving successful friendships (TheonlyMrsHolmes even tho ur wifey) then it makes up for not having a successful marriage. And also all marriages go through lumps and bumps anyway. And also I feel like you can have a long happy relationship without a marriage. And also boys suck. Money is always there for you
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I think that should be lifelong relationship not marriage, since it isn't everyone's ideal to be married. But relationship first, I want a job I don't hate it that I do well in, but I'd put having someone to come home to above the ideal career.
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Hmm money or girls. Well money gets you girls so job please!
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A successful marriage because no matter how successful my career is, I would still feel alone going through future difficult events in life and everyone faces difficulty so that is a guaranteed.

A successful marriage feels more fulfilling in my honest opinion.
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(Original post by Sarahsez)
Would you rather have a successful career or successful marriage?
A gold digger wouldn't have a clue what you're talking about:confused:
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(Original post by bluemadhatter)
Successful career because if you have lots of loving successful friendships (TheonlyMrsHolmes) then it makes up for not having a successful marriage. And also all marriages go through lumps and bumps anyway. And also I feel like you can have a long relationship without a marriage.
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successful marriage
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(Original post by UWS)
money gets you girls
WHOA bruh! I'm just gonna sit back and watch all the feminists get at you...
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Definitely a successful career. I'd rather be passionate about a great job than be in a marriage.

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A successful marriage, as I know I want to have kids one day and I'd want to bring them up with a stable home life and a strong marriage. A husband who has a successful career too would be nice, maybe a bit outdated but it would help if he could support the family...
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Successful marriage, I wanna find a wife right about now
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successful career
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What if a successful marriage involves marrying a billionairess?
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You mean to say there are successful marriages without the support of a successful career, or at least a reasonable promise of one?
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Successful marriage. I'd rather be happier in my home life than my work life.

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(Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
This is true also.
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