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Like most men who marry and divorce once,
… the second marriage rarely lasts for the rest of life. Just fact check the data. While mega-rich empire builder Jeff Bezos gives advice on choices, he opens himself to millions who question choices. Too late in this life, at least, to rescind his first marital crash landing, but you can expect more news about his inability to stay in the fidelity lane with the women in his life.
Truthfully, when Bezos founded Amazon in late 1994, no one predicted the enterprise rocket primed to launch. Yes, this was a partnership and always has been. How else would she claim a 50% stake in the $140B business? Also, not forecast was the demise of the Bezos marriage after a quarter century. That twist of fortune was as little expected as it was for Jeffrey Preston Jorgensen (at birth, 1964, now Bezos due to adoption) to have become the most wealthy man in the world, even if that title proved to be temporary since he will probably relinquish the position in 2019.
Even with his pending misfortune, something to which Bezos is unaccustomed, he might nod agreement with the following ruminating message: “I don’t think young men or women should be pressured to marry. You should not marry anyone whom you know you may have to fix.”
An answer to the question: Why men should not marry? Given their 25-year successful marriage and the great commercial success of their lives, Jeff and Mackenzie Bezos may not choose to discourage anyone from marriage, regardless of the odds. They each understand that life guarantees for happiness are conditional.
But for men or women who would rather be independent, marriage is a risky option. Yes, for some, marriage is a contract for life fulfillment. But for others, it is living with financial ruin of indisputable measure. From their grossly pessimistic domain, the jaded source below adds: “The problem is that when you’re young, you naturally fall into this mindset where your whole self-image is based on how your mate regards you, and so you spend all your money and energy trying to make yourself acceptable to them. Then later in life, the shine wears off and you finally realize that you’ve wasted yourself on a crooked bet.”
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