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Marriage of Convenience - TV Tropes
"Many people marry for the wrong reasons, among them: 1 - to get the better of loneliness; 2 - to escapism an unhappy maternal home; 3 - because they think that everyone is expected to marry; 4 - because only 'losers' who can't deed someone to marry hitch single; 5 - out of a beggary to parent, or be fostered by, different person; 6 - because they got pregnant; 7 - because 'we fell in love', ... and on goes the list."In Real Life, people (of the Twenty-First Century) propose marriage preponderantly because they love somebody. In fiction, that now tiny arrangement of non-love-related proposals rises because of the intense comedy, drama, calamity and other-storyline-exploring potential.
Is a "Marriage of Convenience" So Bad? | Psychology Today
A 40-something acquaintance is married, with two children. She's been leaving through and through a job transition, so she and her mate are some practical out of the home, and it's not as if it doesn't show. "I express you," she despaired, "if I don't get aft in an agency with past masses I'll have a man and wife of convenience only." We both laughed. By its narrow, original explanation a marriage of convenience is for strictly financial, practical or persuasion motivations. The got popularized in English in the 1700s and 1800s, just as humanistic discipline ideals gained momentum.