That’s what the Japanese are doing. In droves.
Friends are getting married to friends over there because they’re struggling to find someone suitable.
Proof: A government survey found that 69% of Japanese men and 59% of Japanese women don’t have a romantic partner.
Maybe some good will come out of it.
At least the people are friends, and Japan is facing a massively shrinking population if more people don’t start having kids. (In the last 5 years, only ~8.4 kids were born from every 1,000 people!)
Japan’s suicide rate is also roughly 60% higher than the global average. They could use some companionship just to get through life.
Besides, the Japanese aren’t known for marrying for love anyway. A suitable partner is usually much more practical for them.
Of course, Western women usually feel better with companionship and marriage also serves their practical needs.
So why not just grab your best guy friend and marry him?
Well, you could.
But aren’t you here because you want your heart to flutter when you hug your Mr. Right?
Maybe the late comedian Robin Williams said it best:
“I used to think the worst thing in life is to end up all alone. … The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel all alone.”
When you’re looking to marry for love, being with anyone but The One can make you feel lonelier than ever.
Don’t let that happen to you.
When you apply by next Friday (Dec 16) night and if you’re accepted, you’ll also get a free Dynamic Date Planner session with me.
That’s where we put our minds together to plan any date in advance, to filter our Mr. Wrongs fast and know if you’re spending your time with a potential Mr. Right.
To sharing your life with The One,