Will Civil Partnership guarantee the same long term misery as marriage?

LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 21: Charles Keidan (R) and Rebecca Steinfeld (L) address the media outside the Royal Courts of Justice, Strand on February 21, 2017 in London, England. Mr Keidan and Ms Steinfeld have today lost their Court of Appeal battle to enter into a civil partnership. The couple were challenging a previous High Court ruling which said that they could not have a civil partnership because they were not in a same sex relationship. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

From today you can either get married, or have a ‘Civil Partnership.’ But the public are curious to see if the fancy new name will still ensure long term unhappiness.   

The good news is that marriage experts believe that civil partners will still be able to feel the same misery, regret, and suffocation as married couples.

Local divorce lawyer, Peter Thape predicts an expensive ‘ceremony’ to start, followed by passion, happiness, children, tiredness, loss of identity, confusion, infidelity, sadness, and bitterness to end.

‘Or, you can go the staying together route, which is generally based on fear of death and being alone,’ explained Thape.

‘Or, you can ignore both of the above, and pretend everything’s ok – that’s a big favourite,’ added Thape.