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strawberrysunshine
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Was just wondering if anybody knew people who have got married at young ages (late teens/early twenties) and if their marriages have worked out?
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My friend got married a few weeks ago at the age of 20. Don't know if it'll work out yet, though, obviously! It's lasted the length of the honeymoon plus five days? :p:
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I got married aged 23 and we are still together now 12 years later
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My parents got married at 18/23 and are now still married 27 years later. :]
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my fiances parents got married when she was 19 and he 25 and they're still together 25 years later.

it's impossible to generalise, many people will know couples who have and haven't worked out when they married young
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My mum married her first husband at 23, she ended up divorcing his ass.
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my grandma married at 21, but having said that my grandpa was 31 at the time so....doesnt really count! :p:
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some of my friends got married recently at 23 lets hope it works out.

and my parents got married at 19 and 25 and its been 21 years since they were married
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My parents got engaged when my mum was 18 and my dad 20. They got married when she was 21 and he 23.
Still together now, with two kids, almost 25 years later
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I got married at 20. 4 years later still together but it has been a bumpy ride!
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(Original post by El Roi)
I got married at 18. Six years later still together but it has been a bumpy ride!
If I may ask, despite the bumpy ride, would you do it again if you had the choice?
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My gran got married at 15...
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My parents were 21 when they got married, and are still together, 28 years later.
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like someone else said, everyone will know couples that have and haven't worked out.

plus we're in different times now to the people who would have worked out long term were when they got married. if that makes sense.

If you want to get married now then do, don't be put off or encouraged by other peoples relationships.
If you think it might not work out then don't get married yet.
simple.
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(Original post by death.drop)
like someone else said, everyone will know couples that have and haven't worked out.

plus we're in different times now to the people who would have worked out long term were when they got married. if that makes sense.

If you want to get married now then do, don't be put off or encouraged by other peoples relationships.
If you think it might not work out then don't get married yet.
simple.
Yea I know all of that, I was just curious I'm not getting married yet
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My gran and grandad got married at the ages of 19 and 25 resp. they're still together oer 50 years later =D
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I know someone who's got engaged at 17, does that count?
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My parents were married at 20 in 1989 and are still together. They even had kids at 16 and 21 (that was moi).
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my mum got married on her 21st birthday so my dad was like 21 and a half. its their silver wedding anniversary next year. =]
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The way I see it, if it's going to work, it's going to work, regardless of what age you get married.

But I don't know if that's just me simplifying everything, as usual.
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