Marriage and families cannot be treated separately and impose policies on one and not think about the other.
President of the 1-Babae Astig Aasenso (1-ABAA) party-list group, Margie Tajon suggests that the proposal for 10-year expiration on Marriage would strengthen marriage and not destroy it.
The conclusion contains empirical concepts in the evaluative proscriptive form ‘should not’. The term ‘Marriage’ refers to a social union or legal contract between people that creates kinship.
It is an institution in which interpersonal relationships, usually intimate and sexual, are acknowledged in a variety of ways, depending on the culture or subculture in which it is found.
Once upon a time, for a woman, getting married meant ensuring financial security and gaining access to a variety of legal rights they wouldn’t dream of otherwise.
But now, in the modern world, years after the feminist movement has established legal rights for women, we no longer need marriage to get access to certain benefits.
Marriage does not bring security in a relationship.
There are too many people deciding to get married for the wrong reason.
Marriage contract expiration proposal should not be passed as a law Agatha Cristy V.
dela Cuesta PHILOSOPHY I MHD1 Reynaldo Imperial Introductory The Filipino family is acknowledged as the basic unit of society and it cannot be denied that marriage is the foundation of most Filipino families.