It's become a big question for couples who want a new house and get married but they have unless money to do those two things together... It's means : choosing one of them, get a new house and pending marriage or get married first, stay with a parents and then after get money enough, buy a new house?????
I think everyone is different in as much as everyone has different needs to be met. I marry a lot of people who have been living together in their OWN home for years then decide to marry when they can afford it, a roof over your head these days is more important than getting married. It depends on your own personal desires.
Both are probably the biggest decisions you will make in your life. I suggest getting married first.
I'm hoping to marry a woman who is thrilled about traveling the world in humble fashion and visiting different places of historical interest as much as I am. Maybe we'll buy a house when it's time to retire from questing. So, marriage first.
I'll marry you, Jonathan!
oh . . . wait. . . I'm already married. . . dang it!
Do you have any idea how many women say that to me?! My spirit guides keep sending me married women to test my character, ya know.
I'm not scoring at all. Didn't I tell you, they're all married!
Five years and counting.
I thought about polygamy for a bit, so maybe I should head out west. But getting one woman to take up the pilgrim/prophet/experimentor lifestyle is hard enough, let alone 4 or 8 or 12. So, it should likely serve me to stick with monogamy, especially since I have such extraordinarily high standards, not in women necessarily but in intimacy. Its hard to explain. Its like the non-physical essences of ourselves (spirit/soul whathaveya) need to be able to fasten together in some way or its really not worth it. Is that picky?
We got married first and bought the house a few months later. What I thought was nice about that was selecting the house together, rather than one of us having a house and the other living in a house s/he wasn't involved in choosing.
my first thought - i don't think i'd get married and move in with the inlaws or parents...could be a disaster...
i realize you want to save money for a house...however, just go easy on the marriage expense - live on your own ....you could have extra cash if you choose to buy a house after getting married.
You really get to know each other when you live together. Although it's not very traditional, it's practical to shack up first. Maybe rent to start with. My partner and I did that, then we bought a house and are getting married this year. It's less of a shock to the system
Several couples do that..., of course it's all depend on decided two people together. If they want to rent for a while then bought a house and after all that get married, and... some people do that they wanna married first after that bought a new house. Those decisions are good for each.
We bought out house shortly before getting married.
We worked on the house, while planning the wedding, and moved in straight after we got married.
My parents did the same thing.
I suggest getting house first as you will have lots of responsibilities after mariage
Get married first, and other beautiful things will follow. From my own experience when i got married, few months after i got a good paying job.
by Tina Boomerina 2 years ago
Why don't people in their 20s and 30s get married anymore?In the 70s, when I was in my twenties, men and women got married and, usually, wanted to have families. What has happened to change that?
by SkippingThruLife 8 years ago
If you're married, think back to when you were newly engaged. What do you wish someone would have told you? If you're not married, feel free to throw out advice anyway. I love to hear different viewpoints and ideas on marraiage!
by ImAllEars 9 months ago
Im a Christian and not married legally...But in God's eyes I am..Do you think its acceptable?If yes than thankyou we do to but are still getting married in the eyes of the law. If No my question is Who married adam and eve?
by alexandriaruthk 5 years ago
Is it better to shack in or live in first with your loved one before getting married?One of the major concern about marriage today is that whether it will be successful or not, what with the high divorce rate. Is it then better to shack in or live in first to test the waters or compatibility before...
by Akarime31 16 months ago
Do you think that marriage is really necessary?My parents got married because "it was the right thing to do" not because they were in love with each other. Now after a nasty deparation and 27 agonizing years, they are finally happy.
by Michael Valencia 5 years ago
Is it better to marry when you're younger (20's) or wait until your 30's or 40's?
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