Peter Pearson, co-founder of the Couples Institute, told me. You are emotionally resilient, you’re smarter at separating the wheat from the chaff.” I was terrified of divorce.
After all, I’d waited a long time to finally tie the knot.
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The average age of marriage in your country will not affect your emotional maturity. You may be partying late, having a lot of fun, and not worrying about what you’re going to do the next morning.
You can marry at any age, as long as both of you are in love. Can you really marry at any age, as long as you’re truly and deeply in love with each other? Unfortunately, a successful marriage takes more than just true love to succeed.
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While being too young to get married can seem like a scary factor, there are bigger things to consider.
So irrespective of whether you’re eighteen or twenty five, ask yourself these questions. Getting married is a commitment that’s beyond sharing popcorn and watching movies, or going out for dinner dates.
We should be given the time to put our careers and personal development first, because no matter what anyone says, marriage is hard.
It takes time, effort, patience, maturity and work.