This is the truth. So many marriage counselors, whether religious or secular, will tell you that most of marital problems arise because the husband or wife (if not both) have never seen themselves as unique, worthy individuals. They have a poor self-image, or they are schizophrenic (meaning-a major mental disorder of unknown cause typically characterized by a separation between the thought processes and the emotions, distortion of reality accompanied by delusions and hallucinations, a fragmentation of the personality, motor disturbances, bizarre behavior). Does that sound like anyone you may have known? These individuals are not separate, but always dependent on some other individual to make them happy. What I am saying is this, until you are truly single, marriage will be difficult and perhaps a negative experience. But your marriage will get better as you become more single--whole, unique.
And the Lord God said, “It is not good that man should be alone; I will make him a helper comparable to him.” In essence, God stated "I am going to make him an assistant, one who will be suitable, or like him; another being who will complement him and be complemented by him". What we need to understand is that God made a second human being, not just for Adam to marry, but in order that he would not be alone. Therefore, you do not have to get married in order not to be alone; all you need to not be alone is to have some other humans to be your companions and close friends. And I am not speaking of friends with sexual benefits. "Christians" too often indulge in that kind of sexual behavior. Kingdom Citizens live by every word in His Constitution. So He humbled you, allowed you to hunger, and fed you with manna which you did not know nor did your fathers know, that He might make you know that man shall not live by bread alone; but man lives by every word that proceeds from the mouth of the Lord.
Keep this in mind, God "presented" Eve to Adam. At first He didn't give Eve to Adam as a wife. Rather He presented Adam with a companion just right for him. Adam was not alone in the sense of being without some kind of companionship.
Read Genesis 2
Genesis 2:18 Deuteronomy 8:3