I got married at 30 and I have only been married once
I got married when I was twenty two and i was way too young. I am now divorced and I have obtained more knowledge.
We got married at 22 and it has been 8 years of learning to trust each other, ourselves as a unit and most importantly learning to trust God and His purpose for our union.
I am single, and will be single forever............................
I met my husband at age eighteen, married at nineteen, having our first child at twenty. We are a ridiculously fast-paced couple, but we love one another and we're happy and I wouldn't have it any other way.
I got married at the age of 26 and have been married to the same person for over 20 years!
I got married at age 35, my wife was 30. Nine years later we are still together.
I was 32 the first time and still got it wrong! :-)
Actually it wasn't so much I got it wrong but I married for the "wrong reasons". This was during a time when single men of that age were being accused of "fearing commitment" I guess I wanted to prove I wasn't afraid of anything. Awhile back I wrote a hub titled 5 Reasons Why Me Should Not Get Married. http://dashingscorpio.hubpages.com/hub/ … et-Married
The marriage helped to shape my philosophy and my understanding that "Life is a personal journey". "You are responsible for your own happiness."
From then own I made sure my decisions were "my decisions" and not those of someone else. I began to compromise less and less and started to look for people who "naturally agreed" with me on the major things in life. I had been making my life more difficult by trying to "persuade" or "negotiate" with others who did not want what I wanted. You are far better off waiting for someone who (already is) they type of person you want to be with than trying to get them to become that person and vise versa. I came to realize there was no "right" or "wrong" but rather it was about "agree" and "disagree". I became more careful and aware of my choices and decisions (while I was making them). If a relationship failed instead of simply blaming the other person I looked at (why I chose them) to begin with! After all each us of "chooses" our friends, lovers, and spouse. That marriage provided me with a priceless education!
I am working
hard now to
to my childhood
I was just married in May, when I was 21. You don't have to be single forever! You should keep the possibility an option. If you give up now, it may never happen.
by Elena 3 weeks ago
If a person has divorced 3 times, would you conclude that the person has an underlying problem?
by Nicolina Kenna 6 years ago
What is the best age to get married?
by your cybersister 6 years ago
How old were you when you got married?How old was your spouse? Did it work out for the two of you?
by Jake Frost 5 years ago
How long have you been with your partner?
by katiem2 8 years ago
How many times have you been married and what's the best advice you could give to someone on the subject?Thanks and Peace
by ngureco 4 years ago
Why do men fear marriage with all its advantages?
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