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1- The person doesn't understand HIM/HERSELF, their priority.<br />
2- pretending to be someone else. Hiding their flaws till after marriage.<br />
3- The delusion of changing their partner instead of loving him/her the way they are.<br />
4- taking marriage and love for granted.<br />
5- lack of honesty.
Do you really believe that all the married people are uncommitted?
They get bored of each other, too many temptations out there that tickle their fickle loyalties.
They should yes. But people seem not to be able to have that strength and loyalty.
Commitment takes character. That's what you marry - not someone's personality, niceness, looks, care, love, or anything else. In the end it's their character you end up loving or despising.
I am married, but it lacks things I need in a relationship. I never had a desire to step out of any relationship, nor have I ever..... But now I must say, I have considered it.
To many people like the idea of marriage or have been told marriage is a step in life that needs to be taken, but really don't know what it takes to make a marriage work. For others still it's nothing more than an adrenaline rush and once that feeling is gone they go looking for their next "fix". Still others marriage is nothing more than a status symbol much like their new car, house and other possessions they own ... it's disposable and when it gets to old they go looking for the newer updated model
lack of loyalty
Maybe they married the wrong person, maybe they or the other person changed too much... Who knows; each relationship is a world unto itself.
What do you mean by committed? Are you talking sexual, financial, emotionally?
Many marriages are based on financial and emotional commitment. Since humans are not by nature monogamous, there is little reason to believe that most marriages are based on a real sexual commitment in terms of monogamy.
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