Me and my boyfriend have been dating for almost a year, but we both think we want to spend the rest of our lifes together and such, we've already kind of made plans (like kids, pets, whatever). Not too serious but still, we've talked about it.
What I'm wondering is, is it too early (I mean I'm 16 and he's 18) to already know this? Because I really really really want to spend the rest of my life with this guy, I absolutely and completely love him 😊
Most Helpful Guy
No ones too young or old to plan sh**,
And in every relationship you'll most likely think this way...
For example: planning to get married at 16 with your boyfriend (planning it not actually getting marriied until you guys are older (but the marriage will take place in the FUTURE)
Its okay to plan things and make assumptions early on in a relationship as long as you are doing it maturely and not being completely stupid
This sparks the imagination to go wild and thats what matters here... You'll develop stronger and longer lasting attachment to this man/eachother because you are imagining positive shi*
Me and my woman have been going out for 3 years and I still can't keep my hands off her and I'm always visualising touching her sexy body ahah1
Most Helpful Girl
It's not necessarily too young, lots of people do get together young and stay together for the rest of their lives. That's not all that uncommon. When I was 15/16 and got together with my boyfriend, we did the same as you are, planned kids, pets, houses, weddings, etc. We still do, almost four years later.
However, you should do your best to keep in mind that you do have your whole lie ahead of you and sometimes things change and what might seem certain now and seem like it's the only thing you want might not suit you in a few years, and that's totally normal and it's fine, it's just a side effect of developing as a person.
So, yeah, maybe it is too early to know what you really want for the rest of your life, but that doesn't mean that it's 100% not going to turn out the way you want right now.0