The average age to marry is unique and different across the world. At the age of 12, most children are partially aware of what love is. They pick up relationship ideas from what they witness in homes where a couple is present as mother and father, schools where they read and are taught about relationships, including sex, and also on television through commercials, cartoons, and movies. By the age of 16, most children start getting involved in relationships for a multiple of reasons. Surprisingly, it sometimes takes two people only a few years and months, even weeks to decide on marriage. Which leads us to the question- what is the best age for marriage? Apparently, many people fail to realize that love is an ideal thing, while marriage is the real thing. From subjective instinct, 30 is the best age for marriage. However, research studies indicate that there is no best age to marry because of diverse educational, financial, and emotional reasons.
Relationships: What Is The Best Age For Marriage?
Supposedly, by the age of 30, one would have obtained some kind of degree. At the age of 18 to 19, high school years have been completed; from 19-25, we see a man with a B.A in Computer Engineering or a woman with Masters in Liberal Arts. Realistically, education plays a vital function in every relationship, including marriage. It allows one to genuinely learn and mentally prepare him/her for present and future decisions. In fact, married couples and non-married couples often encounter serious marriage problems as a product of lacking educational experiences, which sometimes eventually result in ugly divorces. Hundreds of research results indicate that it is best to wait until one has obtained a college degree, as it appears to be very important on resumes and job applications.
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