Is it really advisable to marry someone after courting them for just 3 to 4 months?
No it's not advisable, it's risky. After only 3 or 4 months you probably don't know the real charater of the other person (they may still be on their best behaviour). And it's hardly even enough time to plan a wedding. But when it comes to love and matters of the heart things like time, age, distance, past history etc don't matter. It won't be the same time-frame for everyone, but 3 or 4 months seems too soon.
I dunno about other people but for us, including our children it was a match made in heaven. We both have been married twice before. After two months of dating he asked me to marry him. We were married one month later without even a doubt. You would think we would have some reservations considering we both had horrible past divorce drama. He has two children from a previous married and I have two children from a previous marriage. We have now been married 2 years, 3 months. Feels like we've always been together...all of us!
No! Make sure you get to know them well. There's no set time limit on how long it takes to REALLY get to know somebody, but you better make sure you wanna spend your life with em because it's HARD & difficult to be married.
Big mistake !!! We all put our best foot forward in the beginning. It takes time and patience to get to know a person well. Use your head not only your heart. This is a life time commitment. If it's real, it will last until you are sure . If it doesn't last .....you've got your answer !!
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