IMVU Marriage

The idea of IMVU marriage really freaked me out when I first saw it here. That’s because I’m married in real life, and my biggest fear in here was hurting my real life marriage. So last June when Holly asked me to break this one rule (I was so nervous coming on here I had a lot of rules) I was reluctant but agreed if we used a different word. The different word idea didn’t work that well and took too much explanation. And pretty soon I just called it married like everyone else.

I don’t know exactly what the point is to this except that the word “marriage” carries so much weight and can be very difficult or even scary. I’ve been struggling with and thinking about this a lot lately. Yes I’m single again and kind of enjoying that. I’m honestly not really looking for anything else right now either, just enjoying things a little. I guess that’s really nothing new but still. Being “married” isn’t what’s going to make you happy here. Marriage really just means you give someone priority.

I think the point is don’t get hung up on the word imvu marriage. It’s just a word and in this crazy world it literally means almost anything you want it to be. There are almost as many different rules or types or marriages as there are types of relationships. I think the key thing to remember is that the only way any of us have of holding on to anyone is loving them more than anyone else does. And if you stop feeling and doing that you’re slipping.a very special couple

The good news is that your imvu lover doesn’t just see your pixels when they see you. They see the sum of all the love and emotions you’ve shared. So share the heck out of them and always do your very best to make your partner feel like you love the heck out of them more than anyone else ever has! And be sensitive to their needs. Then no matter what words or title you use, you’ll never be lonely.

2 responses

  1. what’s the alternate word you came up with? this is super relevant for me as you know.

    August 12, 2012 at 9:48 am

    • We were going to call it a commitment party I think. She missed that one and actually was MIA for almost two months, her mother had a stroke. It got complicated as it often can. Eventually we eloped. Ultimately it’s not the word that counts but the feeling of commitment you share. It’s a mutual priority. I think the thing you’re searching for is easy in imvu, it’s Someone Special. It shows the world that this person(s) is or are a priority to you. It doesn’t go as far as marriage or have that seriousness and wouldn’t upset a real life marriage.

      August 12, 2012 at 3:00 pm

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