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After how many years, should a couple get engaged?
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After how many years, should a couple get engaged?
It depends on the length of the relationships but I would personally say after 1-2 years of dating then get married 1 year later.
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I don't think there's a universal answer. It depends on the bond and relationship between you and your partner... I'm not sure if anyone can tell you a 'right answer' for that question. Google says a year and a half (approx) but personally, I think it's your decision and how comfortable you feel with your partner.
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It depends on the length of the relationships but I would personally say after 1-2 years of dating then get married 1 year later.
I think I would say, after a couple had been together for at least 3 years first. I agree with you, in that it depends on the length of the relationship tho.
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I don't think there's a universal answer. It depends on the bond and relationship between you and your partner... I'm not sure if anyone can tell you a 'right answer' for that question. Google says a year and a half (approx) but personally, I think it's your decision and how comfortable you feel with your partner.
I agree also with you saying it depends on the couple's bond really.
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