I have (more or less) the same experience. I say more or less, because we sometimes disagree. Before we had children we almost never disagreed, afterwards a bit more, but I think that's natural. We love spending time together and we are each others best friends and actually I think that's what makes all the difference. He is my favourite person in the whole world to talk to, to go out with. I have friends, but I rather spend time with him. This is my choice, maybe it sounds strange for a lot of people, but he is my best friend, my person. Our relationship was also a bit quick, everybody thought we would crash and burn, after 1 month he was pratically living with me, after 4 months we moved in together, after 7 months I moved across the country for him (if you want check my hub: http://algarveview.hubpages.com/hub/Moving-across-... and after 12 years and a set of twins I can say he is the love of my life. The other thing which I think is very important is that, even though, we are opposites in a lot of things (which can be good because each takes its individual strengths to the marriage), we have the same basic principles, on what life is, how to live life, what we want from life, etc, if we didn't see eye to eye on those basics, that would be a problem.