do you know anyone who decide to get engage in 2 months of dating?...
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I know a couple who got engaged after 6 months.
Marrying while in your mid 20s is fine. I would prefer it actually over marrying in my 30s or something.
Yet, I think 2 months is not nearly enough time to know each other well enough to get married. Chances are, you are still in love with each other, everything is awesome. Your partner is perfect in your eyes and vice versa. Yet, one day, you will fall out of love. That is where the 'real' part of the relationship starts. You have to learn to start loving your partner rather than being in love. The difference is this: Being in love is something you do not control. It simply happens and it is great! Everything is perfect. Loving someone is an active act. You have to actively love someone, rather than it just happening to you. This is where you love someone with their good and bad sides; their flaws and virtues.
I think it is best to marry someone when you have fallen out of love. If you made it through that conversion, your relationship is much, much stronger.
When you fall out of love when married, there is more pressure on your relationship, because you might feel like you are stuck with the other. If you both work to make it work, it will all be fine and your relationship will grow strong when you make it through something like that.
So, in the end, it is okay to marry after 2 months, but it might be easier on the both of you if you wait longer. I would personally say about a year.1