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Best Answer Teresa Sanderson says
Emily Nemchick says
You have thought a little more deeper on to it. thanks for the answer.
Avneet kaur Sidhu says
Sarah Chewings says
So do you mean that wedding has no much importance in life?
I think it depends on your own life experience. A number of my friends mentioned above witnessed their parents go through very messy divorces; for them, marriage holds a lot less value. I guess its personal choice, not everyone wants marriage.
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Your answer is a good one and the points included are very useful.
You have exactly ansered to my question by including even the age limits. Good answer.
However age is not always the best indicator. There are a lot of "immature" people over the age of 27. There is no substitute for (being prepared and mature) enough to take on the responsibilities that come with marriage and family.
With a lot of people being worldly wise at a young age, a 22 yr old is not so naive. It's the maturity that counts. Around here, in Africa we see a lot of girls getting married at 18, 20 and above and they've kept their homes.
With a lot of persons being worldly wise at a young age, a 22 yr old is not so naive. What counts is the readiness and preparedness of the woman. Around here, a lot of girls get married at 18, 20 and above and they've kept their homes.
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Sunganani L. Manjolo says
Nice answer. thanks.