early marriages

Mar­riage is one of the most won­der­ful and desired events in the life of almost every per­son.

As a rule, when young peo­ple fall in love, the idea of ​​mar­riage appears in their head one day and takes up more and more space every day. The result is ear­ly mar­riages. By and large, ais a won­der­ful thing. Two lov­ing peo­ple unite in an alliance to help and sup­port each oth­er, share joys and sor­rows. Is this true when mar­riage is too young?

Early marriages — pros and cons

Let’s start with the bad moments, and then we’ll spice them up with the good ones. So what are the dis­ad­van­tages of ear­ly mar­riage?

  1. Unformed psy­che. Of course, at any age, it seems that the choic­es you make are real­ly yours and well-mean­ing. But the prob­lem is that this feel­ing will be at every stage of grow­ing up. Final­ly, the human psy­che is formed by the age of 29. Life is full of exam­ples of this. Even before the age of 23–25, a young man or girl will have time to change their views on life, inter­ests and hob­bies. Sim­ply GROW UP. And it is not a fact that the cho­sen one, who will be near­by, will real­ly cor­re­spond to this new per­son­al­i­ty.
  2. Mis­tak­ing sex­u­al attrac­tion for love. This is a fair­ly com­mon mis­con­cep­tion. Due to their youth and inex­pe­ri­ence, boys and girls often mis­take the intrigue that arose in the process of dat­ing and attrac­tion to the unknown for love. Then it turns out that every­thing that could be known is already known, and what remains is no longer of inter­est to any­one. The result is an unpleas­ant expe­ri­ence and dis­ap­point­ment in peo­ple. Just because of a mis­un­der­stand­ing.
  3. Mis­con­cep­tions about liv­ing togeth­er. Per­haps, it is pre­cise­ly at this point that life, which sud­den­ly fell on its head, and insuf­fi­cient mate­r­i­al free­dom, and the absence, as such, of a pre­pared social base for inde­pen­dent liv­ing, can be cred­it­ed.
See also
Unequal marriages - young husband

All oth­er dis­ad­van­tages of ear­ly mar­riages are some­where around these points.

As for why ear­ly mar­riages are good, this is:

    pros and cons of early marriage
  1. Flex­i­bil­i­ty in rela­tion to the part­ner. Peo­ple who get along at an ear­ly age find it much eas­i­er to get along with each oth­er.
  2. Lit­tle dif­fer­ence in age with chil­dren. This will help par­ents under­stand their chil­dren bet­ter and per­haps share more inter­ests with them.
  3. Long-term rela­tion­ship. Accord­ing to sta­tis­tics, the gold­e­nis cel­e­brat­ed just by peo­ple who have entered into ear­ly mar­riages.

Of course, it is the cou­ple who make the final deci­sion, but when there are so many con­vinc­ing exam­ples, you can wait a bit. Love, if it is real, will not dis­ap­pear from this.