Moreover, 79% of girls who are married before 15 had never been to school . Actually, the majority of girls who have been educated and married during their adolescence ignore the secondary schooling. References [1,2] have found an association between parents education and the case of early marriage among their daughters. Mothers and fathers, especially, are the decision makers in marriage arraignment if it was an early marriage. Consequently, researchers have established that the higher the level of education of their parents the later their girls get married.
This reason would sometimes encourage their parents to deal with their children to get married because they scare that teens will live together anyway. Involving into marriage is a real adjustment and even a significant change for many couples. Think about yourself at 15. How much would you changed by 18? By 21?
Children in this country are getting married at the of 9. After the boys are married they are expected to fulfill their duties as husbands, even if they are not ready for it or want it. Not only the boys felt pressured but also their young brides felt pressured as well. The bride to be of the 9-year-old also felt pressured. “Like many young brides, the girl felt she had to bear children to cement her place in her in-laws' home.” (Bengali) Having to do these things at a young age can take a major toll on the children when they get older.
For example, if I had a bad class for biology 101 I never would have pursued a science degree with hopes of going into the medical field, but since I had a good class this showed me that I really did enjoy this material. THE BENEFITS OF NOT DROPPING OUT OF SCHOOL 7 Dropping out of school can sometimes seem like the only option for some students. Maybe they have had bad experiences with school; they feel discouraged or have other priorities in life that seem more important than gaining an education and a degree. Kern states that dropping out of school was tempting for him and some days the bad of school outweighed the good. With all the negatives that school has to offer, Kern strongly suggests that students should stay in school and stick it out because in the end, going to school gives students security and options later on in life.
This is because when there are child marriages, girls are typically forced to drop out of school denying them their rights of receiving full education. As a result, it is no surprise that according to an article from Brookings Institute, 43% of children drop out before completing upper primary education and 42% of students completing secondary school
It’s not only about being educated to hold a good job, it’s about being educated in order to help better yourself intellectually. As stated in my introduction, education can escort out of isolation, allowing them to use words to express their deepest thoughts and emotions. In other words, without being well educated an individual doesn’t have the ability to express their thoughts or emotions. Therefore, others won’t be able to get the opportunity to understand them as a person or even relate to what they have experienced throughout
In a married life you have somebody that you 're focused on evidently forever or for whatever length of time that they can endure you. Somebody to love and be adored. Somebody to get physically involved with and have a companion. Somebody committed to spending the rest of their life with you. I am actually in a committed relationship right now where my boyfriend and I we plan to get married in the future.
Child Marriage Zainab ShabbirSaintmary Student #: 130403382 University of London May 15, 2017 Topic:To what extent does ‘child marriage’ prevail in today’s world? Child marriage is based on the concept of a formal marriage but that of an underage person, before the age of 18, who is not yet of age to give consent. This is the reality of many children all over the world. UNICEF reports that more than 700 million women were actually married when they were underage, with some of themgetting married even before they had reached the age of 15 . Improvements are being made slowly throughout the world; however, this progress is still too slow.
I personally don’t believe in divorce. Marriage is until death do us part. Out of the blue a friend called and asked me to look at the husband’s criminal record. I was a little upset as to why she was looking him up however, today I am so thankful to her. His criminal record showed that he was charged for a crime he committed on 10/28/2006 with Bigamy.