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Women Are Now Committing ‘SOLOGAMY’ In Marriage

Women Are Now Committing ‘SOLOGAMY’ In Marriage

( – Four women who “married themselves” were interviewed by CNN; this self-marriage is known as “sologamy.”

Instead of being a continuation of leading an “auto-sexual” lifestyle, which has been covered in other news pieces on the subject, the left-leaning news organization depicted “sologamy” as more related to mental health and “self-love.”

“Self-marriage, also known as sologamy, is a long-standing idea…The practice has been discussed in a few recent news pieces, but there are no statistics on how many people celebrate solomancy with ceremonies,” CNN reported.

According to the women surveyed, the act “described the act as a symbolic expression of self-love and an affirmation of a deep meaningful relationship with one’s self.”

According to the BBC, “They also argue it has nothing to do with swearing off future engagements with a spouse, which they say is a common misperception.”

Body image coach Danni Adams, one of the women, told the publication that it took her a while to invest in herself, go to therapy, “break generational curses,” and “process trauma” before she was ready to wed herself.

She wed herself in front of about 40 people after the outbreak. The event cost $4,000 and had nine bridesmaids. Adams reportedly spoke her vows in front of a full-length mirror during the ceremony, which a friend officiated. She married herself and honeymooned in Tulum, Mexico.

Adams said, “I thought this was a fresh start in life because of everything that happened to me as a youngster and hurt me. I get to be the boss of my life, joy, and decisions. “

“And that’s what it was all about,” she continued, noting that she would still be able to marry someone else in the future despite becoming married to herself.

Ena Jones spoke with the publication about her decision to wed herself on her 50th birthday in 2020 and her intention to do so again on her 55th birthday. Since her husband’s cancer-related death in 2016, she claimed she intended to marry herself.

Three dozen people attended her ceremony because it was her birthday party. However, according to the article, Jones “emerged in a tiara and a knee-length white dress, carrying a bouquet of sunflowers, and walking down the aisle on her husband’s father.”

At the end of the aisle was a three-tiered chocolate cake.

Jones claimed that she would marry herself because it “symbolizes [her] love for [herself] for the rest of [her] life.”

CNN said critics claim self-marriage, which is not legal in the US, is egotistical. One therapist said solo relationships could exemplify a “healthy form of narcissism.”

Therapist John Amodeo asserted that a lack of self-love causes unhealthy narcissism. “Therefore, we are dependent on the approval of others all the time to satisfy our inner emptiness.”

Marriage is the legally or formally recognized union of two people as partners in a personal relationship (historically and in some jurisdictions specifically a union between a man and a woman).

God designed marriage for three primary purposes: companionship, procreation, and redemption. These purposes are still relevant today and are essential for a healthy society.

What are your thoughts on sologamy?

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