Should I be married before age 25.

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I'm 22 now and debating whether I should get married and live with someone before the age of 25. 25 is really young, but I feel like I am capable of living with someone and starting a life. My family are quite dysfunctional.
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Entirely your own decision
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Entirely your own decision
Honestly I don't know because you can't rush things in life. I wasn't ready to go to university before 20 and I'm concerned that even though I want to get married in the next three years that I might not cope with it even though I am perfectly capable of going to university.
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Are you in a relationship with someone?
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I'm 22 now and debating whether I should get married and live with someone before the age of 25. 25 is really young, but I feel like I am capable of living with someone and starting a life. My family are quite dysfunctional.
Yeah, better to get the marriage out of the way. Most marriages fail and end in divorce, so ideally you wanna get married as soon as possibly, then likely divorce within the same year. After that you should be free to live your life without any family pressure.
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Are you in a relationship with someone?
Yeah I am but he's from America
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(Original post by Final Fantasy)
Yeah, better to get the marriage out of the way. Most marriages fail and end in divorce, so ideally you wanna get married as soon as possibly, then likely divorce within the same year. After that you should be free to live your life without any family pressure.
Actually it is less likely to fail if both parties have a bachelor's degree or higher etc
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Actually it is less likely to fail if both parties have a bachelor's degree or higher etc
Lol, that was funny. :lol:
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I'm 22 now and debating whether I should get married and live with someone before the age of 25. 25 is really young, but I feel like I am capable of living with someone and starting a life. My family are quite dysfunctional.
Yes.

Suggested timeline:
Marriage - 25
5/6 children - 26 - 35

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Lol, that was funny. :lol:
You are right in saying some fail though, it's a bit much.
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Yes.

Suggested timeline:
Marriage - 25
5/6 children - 26 - 35

Good luck
5/6 children???
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no need to get married. it’s just a piece of paper. life doesn’t suddenly change when u get married. save your money to go travelling and see the world. a wedding is a waste of money
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Always trust your gut instinct and listen to what your common sense is telling you.
If you believe that you have found the right person who shares your ambitions & lifestyle, both feel ready to commit to marriage and are able to afford the costs of both a wedding & starting life as a married couple- it's fine.

Many of my friends got married as teenagers or in their early 20s.
Plenty of other friends over 25 are still hoping to meet a compatible spouse or have decided that marriage is not a suitable option for them.
Good luck!
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5/6 children???
Up to you. Some women want small families and others want large families.
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Up to you. Some women want small families and others want large families.
Yeah definitely not that many kids though.
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Yeah, better to get the marriage out of the way. Most marriages fail and end in divorce, so ideally you wanna get married as soon as possibly, then likely divorce within the same year. After that you should be free to live your life without any family pressure.
Most marriages do not fail and end in divorce? What's the point of marrying to then just divorce later on in the year?
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Most marriages do not fail and end in divorce? What's the point of marrying to then just divorce later on in the year?
If it makes you feel better to believe that, then fair enough. You do you.
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If it makes you feel better to believe that, then fair enough. You do you.
No, I can understand the idea of marriage declining now as society's becoming more and more secular. Marriages do fail, yes, but there's so many that do work out. Some get divorced and then re-marry and establish healthy relationships.
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Yeah definitely not that many kids though.
That’s fair
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no need to get married. it’s just a piece of paper. life doesn’t suddenly change when u get married. save your money to go travelling and see the world. a wedding is a waste of money


There are benefits of getting married.
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