do you regret getting married young (about 24) ?

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do you regret?
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My mum got married at 22 and had me 24 so i hope she doesn't regret it...
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Not in the slightest.
Any older and I would be set in my ways and would have found it hard to adapt to living with someone else.
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My mother got married at 22 and maternal grandmother at 17, neither has age related regrets.

Many friends got married as teenagers, most have no regrets.
Regrets as to choice of spouse from a few friends who were daft or duped by their families.
Those that either chose: arranged marriage to a random stranger with no employment history based on astrology along with faith leader recommendation or were entrapped by family members into sexless arranged marriages with biological relatives that they still live with but refuse to speak to for 5+ years.
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(Original post by londonmyst)
My mother got married at 22 and maternal grandmother at 17, neither has age related regrets.

Many friends got married as teenagers, most have no regrets.
Regrets as to choice of spouse from a few friends who were daft or duped by their families.
Those that either chose: arranged marriage to a random stranger with no employment history based on astrology along with faith leader recommendation or were entrapped by family members into sexless arranged marriages with biological relatives that they still live with but refuse to speak to for 5+ years.
Yeah my mum was one of the ones that had to have an arranged marriage. It's the culture in our country/religion and she was okay with it and my dad loves her and she loves him so it worked out.

But I'm not sure I am gonna be okay with having to have an arranged marriage and I'm not sure how or when to tell them because I don't want to ruin my relationship with them and I do love them to pieces.
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(Original post by Jeparlepas)
Yeah my mum was one of the ones that had to have an arranged marriage. It's the culture in our country/religion and she was okay with it and my dad loves her and she loves him so it worked out.

But I'm not sure I am gonna be okay with having to have an arranged marriage and I'm not sure how or when to tell them because I don't want to ruin my relationship with them and I do love them to pieces.
You don't have to choose arranged marriage, regardless of family traditions.
My family tree is filled with centuries of cousin marriages and arranged marriages to fellow religious ultra-traditionalists from outside of the family.
But I won't go down the arranged marriage route.
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