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Once you master your own mind you start to wave the BS flag on any limiting thoughts. THEN you start to attract the people and circumstances that make life consistently awesome.
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Why You Shouldn't Marry Young
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Don't rush into marriage if you are not matured enough to make right decisions in your life. There's a lot of things to be considered before you enter a marriage. You must be physically, emotionally, spiritually and financially prepared. You have to allow yourself to explore if you're still young. Don't be pressured or let loneliness be the reason for you looking for a partner and get married regardless of your age.
Why do you think age really matters when it comes to marriage?
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I don’t think marrying your high school sweetheart is a bad thing. Maybe if you did straight out of high school. I’ve been with my husband since the day after my 14th birthday. After high school we both went to different colleges 3 states away from each other. We gave each other room to grow and figure out what career paths we wanted to take. We married after undergrad and both continued our educations. We’ve be married almost 10 years now and together for almost 18.
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I don’t think marrying your high school sweetheart is a bad thing. Maybe if you did straight out of high school. I’ve been with my husband since the day after my 14th birthday. After high school we both went to different colleges 3 states away from each other. We gave each other room to grow and figure out what career paths we wanted to take. We married after undergrad and both continued our educations. We’ve be married almost 10 years now and together for almost 18.
This isn't what they're referencing. Good on you guys, though! I will always cheer on a thriving relationship.
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I don’t think marrying your high school sweetheart is a bad thing. Maybe if you did straight out of high school. I’ve been with my husband since the day after my 14th birthday. After high school we both went to different colleges 3 states away from each other. We gave each other room to grow and figure out what career paths we wanted to take. We married after undergrad and both continued our educations. We’ve be married almost 10 years now and together for almost 18.
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Read the article...
I actually did read the article, and I reread it to make sure I didn’t miss anything. They are a super adorable couple they went through really difficult struggles and they are actually still together. I obviously can’t know the pain and struggles they went through being a same sex couple in Louisiana, but I do empathize with their struggles as I watch my sister (who is gay) go through some of those struggles herself. I have no intention of taking away from their love story or their opinions of maturity and relationship advice. I just feel that sometimes things do work out simply because they were meant to, and because the individuals involved gave it their all.
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What are kids eating these days? I looked and thought like a potato in high school there is NO way I'd find a potential life partner there.
What are kids eating these days? I looked and thought like a potato in high school there is NO way I'd find a potential life partner there.
They’re in their 30s in that pic, they have a very 2007 picture in the article. face with tears of joy
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They’re in their 30s in that pic, they have a very 2007 picture in the article. face with tears of joy
Late 20s not thirties! I wouldn't normally comment, but they're the same age as me and you're making me feel very attacked. face with tears of joy face with tears of joy
Sometimes it works out, but as someone who married at 19 (and divorced 10 years later) I would caution that most people haven't developed their adult selves until they're 22-24. At least that's how it was in my experience. The person I married at 19 was not the person I was married to at 25.
I don't think marrying your high school sweet heart is a bad thing
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