I was at a friend's house for New Year's. The people there were my friends from high school. We're all in our early 20's. I'm the oldest at 21.
A friend of mine is quite nosy and asked about my relationship. She asked if we were "getting serious" and just had a whole bunch of personal questions that she didn't really need to know the answer to :p
I did, however, tell her that yes, we were quite serious. She asked if we were considering marriage and I said we'd talked about it.
She then freaked out about how we're "too young" and how we haven't been together long enough.
My boyfriend and I have been together for 4 years. We've been very serious about our relationship since the very early days of our relationship.
We've discussed marriage as an option for the future. Yes, we're young (he's 20), but it's not like we're running out tomorrow and getting married. We were thinking more along the lines of 2017 at the earliest.
I explained this to my friend and she still thinks we're crazy.
But now I'm confused. If you think about it, disregarding our ages for a minute, isn't it kind of logical?
We've been together for 4 years. Have been very serious for the entire time, both are looking for a spouse, and we both have the same goals and values.
And before you ask, I am graduating college next Fall and he will be continuing toward a doctorate. We want to wait until I am graduated and employed and for him to get into his grad school. This wedding talk is for a bit in the future yet.
If we were say, 25, this wouldn't be weird for her, but because we're young (mind you, we've had nearly half of our HS graduating class get married already), she thinks it's weird.
So, do you think it's weird?
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No, it's not weird. You and your boyfriend are thinking clearly, made well-thought plans are it's indeed the natural course of a relationship like yours.0