Depends where your best interests lie.
There is a big difference between someone you do not love (but respect) vs someone whose company you can't stand (even if 24/7 you're lolling in excess material comfort).
I have seen good marriages where the couple's relationship is based on mutual respect and common vested interests. They live peaceably together, are comfortably content and exhibit kindness and respect towards each other.
The "love" builds up, starting usually with the devotion of the man to give the woman a stable life, a guiding hand in advancing her career or interests.
(Hindi nga ba, love can be developed just as well as love can be lost.) Some women, well... their heart gets tired at some point, and choose to have someone just take care of them. And I don't just mean materially (I am not referring to kabits here ha. Ibang cuentahan yon, let us not go there.)
Now, there are women who choose to be single, and end up bitter, short-changed or unable to bring their careers to great heights.
Of course, synergy yields better and faster results.
(Coz it is not a simple matter of financial support. But more of the I-will-create-you-into-a-monster kind of guidance LOL .. usually from men much older and already accomplished vs young upstart wives. Ejemplo: Think Marcos and Imelda, Leviste and Legarda. The wives learned their political smarts from their husbands. They used their husband's existing political ties. View it as good or bad, admittedly, the wives earned their place in our political history. Amen)
Where you think your best interests lie, meaning where you can advance your priorities... a marriage based on mutual respect and common vested intersts vs being single -- there lies your answer.