Marriage after dating
Add to that the fact that people tend to practice more "self-diagnosing" than ever before, and you end up in a chaotic situation.Most people don't even have the time to sit back and relax for a few days, much less really take the time to get to know another person within just a few short weeks.We were actually married on the same date that I asked her to marry me the year before!We were an older couple when I asked her to marry me, her/52-me/50.We have now been "marriage minded"......completely! Can this happen to any couple, yes, but not so sure in today's generation.The more I read on this forum about all the difficuties/problems that unmarried young singles and couples have today, marriage sure isn't like it use to be years ago!When will we accept the fact that you can meet someone on a dating app and have a long-term relationship?
Maybe you should congradulate them, seems like there happy.
Hell, I met my girlfriend on Tinder and we've been together over a year and a half now.
It may not be the way that people our age dreamed of meeting someone when we were kids, but now virtually everyone I know is on dating apps — and that's totally great!
The reason I'm asking this, my friend I mentioned on another thread, just met a girl and had sex with her after only knowing her a week. Still together and doing well, in fact we're adopting three kids (6, 8, and 9).
Now he's talking about asking her to marry him and he says she's on the same page despite only knowing each other for less than a month. Of course we were older (in our 30s), both had degrees and good jobs and knew who we were and where we stood in life. I do NOT recommend it for anyone younger than 30, though.