Let's say someone who's 19 is looking to get married. They have pretty decent job but is still studying. They're quite mature and have their mind set straight. In your opinion is this person too young for marriage?
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Most Helpful Girl
No! The legal age of marriage is 18, so absolutely not. You have the choice to get marriage at anytime you want if you personally feel that it is the right time. Because with you marry at 18,19 or any age, MARRIAGE IS HARD! It doesn't matter. And people in their 30s,40s and 50s are learning that the hard way. If I found somebody that would have wanted to get married at that age, I would have. Because its time to start doing life, not waste your time with people who want to remain stagnate because they want to still party hardy, have sex with multiple people, get married, still miserable and don't know what they want, then divorce because they can't take it anymore. Just start doing the right things in life and you will attract somebody who wants to share that same vision and future with you.3
Most Helpful Guy
Divorce is higher among younger people. But even though many studies find it drops as they get older, other studies show that in later life it goes up. I don't know if there is a reliable rate for this topic. But you did state that the person is mature. That makes a big difference. If they are mature and think things through, and are the type to be fathful and committed, then they are most likely going to stay married.1