Why it is best for people not to marry until at least their late 20s to early 30s because during
that period, they would have had experienced & experimented with varied lifestyle & relationship options, have attained the necessary education, & have a stable career?
I would say that maturity plays a big part in the decision of getting married,
People do marry for various reasons, some because they are so in love! Some for convenience of money, others physical satisfaction .but what ever reason maturity is very important when getting into a vow for life it should not be looked at slightly , you are vowing to God since he created the union of marriage of man and woman till death depart you.
So how mature are. 20 year olds, that may very! We sometime can not put a age on maturity. Because we can not read the heart nor the mind.
And some times we can read into actions that say no they are not ready
But the law may say they have the right to get married , that is when your parenting skills will either show its work of good judgement ,or show its work of flames !
I waited until I was 28 to get married because it allowed me and my husband to finish college and be able to save up enough money for a wedding. By that age we were both mature with all our wild, young partying years behind us so that we were ready to settle down, buy a house, and have kids. One of the benefits of waiting is that we had more money to start out with and weren't struggling. We also had our careers started so we were able to have better jobs.
People who are younger are also still trying to figure out who they are and what they want in life. People are always maturing and changing as they get older. By waiting until later to get married my husband and I knew who we were as individuals and what we wanted in the future. We were past having to try new things to figure out what we wanted so we were stable and certain in our life choices.
To get all of the play out of them and time to come out from the (playing) field.
During the age from 18 to about 28 the brain is not fully grown. There is anothr part of it that only grows between those years and tha is called the frontal lobe. With that new brain part the other brain has to make all kinds of new connections. One of the things that does not develope until that age is concrete thought and also the ability to see and experience consequences to their own thoughts and actions. It is best to have all your brain and faculties in place before joining with another. You have a better outlook on life then too when you have all your brains together. hehe
Great insight insight I appreciate your information lady G !
Thank You for choosing my answer as the best. I do appreciate it much. Ppl need to learn about Human Growth and Development a lot more.
They certainly do. The twenties is far too young to be married. The twenties should be a time of exploration.
It's because your brain doesn't fully develop until you're mid 20s meaning your personality can still alter and adjust. Nearer to 30 you have more life experience, dating experience, and hopefully a stable job and schedule so that you can support a relationship and all the time required for it.
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