Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Daxerbate, Sep 21, 2019.
I got married at 22 and completely regretted it. I don't have advice for whoever reads this as to when exactly is a good time, but I do advise you to listen to what people are saying around you, including your friends and family. Listen to what people have to say from the outside of your relationship, especially if they're older than you and previously married.
A good age for marriage really isn't a number, it's whenever you think you're ready for that type of commitment. Keep in mind people remarry quite often in the U.S, especially if their spouse has passed away.
I personally was married at 28, and shortly after was faced with a job transition that would cause us to move over 2,000 miles away from home. Not going to get into many personal details here, but just make sure if you're going to marry someone that person is willing to support you, your career and vise versa. If you own properties, or have children together this can become very difficult because you can't just divorce the person. You don't want to end up stuck with someone while seeing other people just because you were too impatient to wait.
In short the only person who can answer that question is yourself.