what is the good age to get marriage now i am 24.?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    There really isn't a good age to get married, of course I wouldn't recommend age 18 to early twenties, because you'll look back and wonder where has all the time gone. You might realize you didn't enjoy your youth while you could. I'm not at all talking about partying or anything of that nature. I'm talking about learning how to grow as a person. Maybe finishing college, getting a career you always wanted, learning to live on your own, and have your own things.

    I'm about forty years old, and I got married when I was 21 years old.

    I was in college, and dropped out to raise my child, and planned on going back later but never did, and been in dead end jobs every since. The time went too fast, and I realized that I was nothing but a youth back then. I had never lived on my own by myself. I went from my parents home, into sharing a home with my husband. I love him, and my child but I learned marriage is hard work, you have to work at staying together.

    It's time when I wish I never got married to him, and times I'm glad were together. It hasn't always been rosy.

    This is not to discourage you, what I am trying to say, make sure this is the person you want to grow old with. Make sure that person is a friend and not just a lover. Make sure you both want the same things out of life, and you both are not pulling different directions. I could go on, but its more to wanting to be with someone because they look good or makes your heart flutter. It takes work and maturity in a marriage, and a lot of responsibilities. If you feel you found the right person, and you feel you both can work through the good and the bad, the highs and the lows, and this person

    have the right qualifications that your'e looking for, then don't let age be the determining factor. I pray you find who meets your needs, and that you meet their needs as well, and you both are one. You have to be one in order to make it !

  • 1 decade ago

    for me i waited till i was 30 yrs old. that way i knew what i wanted . even though we were together since we were 18,,long wait on his part. but i didnt want a divorce. if your going to stay together forever and know it at a young age, why hurrythe change,? if you can get through the teens, early 20s together then late 20s. sure enough love is there and you may as well marry.. there is no hurry. after all marriage is forever, its just a piece of paper. so your still together till 30 , why not. i did it. many who got married before us are divorced or in a struggle...give her a ring. get your career and future in line then marry... imo only. worked for me so far. but change is always envitable...

  • 1 decade ago

    Age is not that important as everyone had different mature age.Whats matter is do u have a proper and supportive job and finance to set up and grow a family?U know ur gonna have kids sooner or later.Not to be materialistic but be realistic.Now ur surviving alone but then two or soon three then comes four.Can u support your family with your income.U won't want ur partner to suffer with you at young age.

  • 1 decade ago

    Well I'm 21 and I'm ready to get married, but that may be because my partner is 49 and its more a case of he is ready and he doesnt have as much time left as me.

    You will know when the time is right, you will feel it deep inside and you will want to spend the rest of your life with that person. Good luck.

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  • 1 decade ago

    i think at least 24 cause you need time to drink party have a life so yeah about 24

  • 1 decade ago

    When you're in love and committed to someone who feels the same way as you do. And when you're committed to that marriage, and to the children who are born in it.

  • 1 decade ago

    the best age is the age that u find someone and u r ready

  • 1 decade ago

    Now u shd get married

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    108 but don't hurry

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