Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple: Scott Disick Addresses Prospect of Marriage with Kourtney KardashianCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple: Scott Disick Addresses Prospect of Marriage with Kourtney Kardashian

By Meghan Fitzgerald reports that Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian, who have been together since 2006 and have two young children, Mason, 3 and Penelope, 8 months,  have “no interest” in getting married. Disick, 29, told Ryan Seacrest in an interview for an upcoming segment, “I think if it’s not broke, don’t fix it. You know what I mean?” The reality TV couple have discussed the idea of marriage many times before, Disick stating that Kourtney was the one who actually didn’t want to say “I do.”  “I feel like I used to want to get married more than she did,” Disick told OkMagazine.

What are some reasons to put off getting married?

Cupid’s Advice:

In some relationships, people are simply not ready for marriage. It could be personal reasons, financial reasons, family reasons, any reason they may seem important to put off a marriage. It is in no sense shameful to put off a marriage. Some couples are just not ready. Cupid has some more advice:

1. Finances: In certain cases, especially with younger couples, money is a large problem of their lives. Most women begin to plan their wedding at an extremely young age, and think about it everyday after a ring was put on to their finger. If it is not possible to have your dream wedding, or even your Plan B wedding-putting off your wedding and possibly even your marriage.

2. Age: Youth really is as important and valuable as people say. Getting married at a young age is extremely common in people these days. Wait it out ladies and gentleman. You are young, go and enjoy it. Do not become tied down with the person you “love” at the age of 22. You have an entire world unseen in your eyes, put off your marriage and go see it. Explore the world, before you’re no longer able to.

3. Social pressure: Societies pressures on relationships have grown immensely throughout the years. Do not think you have to get married because you’ve been engaged for two years and your friends and family are telling you it’s not the norm. Who cares about the norm, if society is pressuring you to get married. Realize that it is not what you want, and put off the marriage.

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