Does it seem that people today are getting engaged/married at younger and younger ages?


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It seems to me to be a matter of Christian = marry young, while secular = marry older. I'll admit it's hard watching your friend's love lives flourish when your's is barely off the ground.

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Marrying young has very little to do with whether you are Christian or secular, an acquaintance of mine got engaged on Sunday, her 24th birthday, she is secular. Getting married at 18 - 25, etc means you have a boyfriend (or girlfriend) at those ages to become engaged too. If you have no one then unless you have an arranged marriage you aren't going to be getting engaged or married.


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