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    (Original post by Lia 207)
    Didn't mean to depress anyone
    Its the answers, not your thread!
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    Yes, hopefully. I won't out an age on it, just any time from now and whenever I'm ready. Erm, first I've got to find a husband-to-be...
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    Its the answers, not your thread!
    yeeee but stilllll....lol
    im sorry
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    I'd definitely want to get married. I didn't have a traditional nuclear family (so few people do nowadays!) and I really want one. Preferably I'd get married around 23-26 so I could start having children before I'm 30.
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    Definitely. 22.
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    (Original post by Lia 207)
    yeeee but stilllll....lol
    im sorry
    It's my own fault: being here and too old.
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    Yes, hopefully. Not for a few years yet though.
    I don't have some specific age I'm planning to get married as it depends entirely on circumstances. I might be 25... I might be 50. We'll see I guess.
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    Yes
    25/26 i think.
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    Yes, when i'm like 27/32
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    Teenagers always seem to think they're going to get married in their early/mid 20s (I've noticed this on TSR a lot), but in reality it's much more likely to be late 20s/early 30s...

    I was the same. When I was 18 or so, I thought I'd get married around 22-25 and have my first child around 25. Now, I'm 22 and I don't know a single person near my age who's married or has children...
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    yes, get engaged at 21-25, married at 25-27.

    And hopefully co-habit at 27+, financially willing

    Children, definitely after 33+
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    (Original post by sid-sy)
    I love to get married at an early age but I can't (worldwide problem).

    Thing is -age does not matter, what matter is when you are financially stabled and able to take responsibilities for being married then do not hesitate and go for it.
    worldwide problem?

    interesting what is it?
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    (Original post by MaDeenThenMaLife)
    worldwide problem?

    interesting what is it?
    I didn’t mean the whole world, I just meant the Arab world. I mean early marriage has declined sharply because the living conditions are very hard and that impedes people there to get married earlier. And that’s why they postpone marriage until their living conditions get better.
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    If the right person came along I would seriously consider it.
    I am a romantic at heart.
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    (Original post by sid-sy)
    I didn’t mean the whole world, I just meant the Arab world. I mean early marriage has declined sharply because the living conditions are very hard and that impedes people there to get married earlier. And that’s why they postpone marriage until their living conditions get better.
    problem = girls asking for too much

    thats it.
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    I got married at 25. My husband was almost 28 at the time. I got married because I love him, he's my best mate and I dunno, I've never imagined my life not being married. I've grown up with successful marriages and never experienced divorce so I guess I have a optimistic view of marriage and the 'norm'. Wanna have kids when we're ready to have kids.
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    I got married a few weeks before my 25th b'day. No plans for any kids though, well not for another 10 years anyway!!

    My mum married my dad when she was 18 and they are still married 30 years later
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    I'd like to one day, although i'd like to have a good career first!
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    (Original post by MaDeenThenMaLife)
    problem = girls asking for too much

    thats it.
    We can also add this problem as well because the price of the dowry is set higher by many families and that causes “spinsterhood” so, the bride or the daughter will become a burden because her family asked a lot. Not to mention the desperate youth who lost their hope in getting married.
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    (Original post by sid-sy)
    We can also add this problem as well because the price of the dowry is set higher by many families and that causes “spinsterhood” so, the bride or the daughter will become a burden because her family asked a lot. Not to mention the desperate youth who lost their hope in getting married.
    yep... Agree
    it's sad though...
 
 
 
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