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this is one of the toughest questions to me because I dont want to get married too young and waste all the good years but then dont want to get married at 35 to a women who has been with every guy
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Or when you lose the jealousy of a girl that has been with other guys.
This post was edited by OrangeVol79 11 months ago
30 with a good prenup and then again around 43 with an even better prenup to a woman that resolves the key issues of not only wife #1 but also the 20+ girls you dated after wife #1
Seriously.....Make a list of what is very important to you. Best friends is high on my list. Trust. Kids. Church. Where to live. Finances. Many things need to be discussed in detail prior.
I don't think there is an age, I think you'll know. One day it'll feel right and it'll all make sense. IMO.
Agreed! No magic number.
Well I'm 28. So it's not 28. It's probably not 29 or 30 either.
You still got a short amount of time.
I'm not in a hurry. I'll probably be working out of the country this time next year and will be gone for a few years. Serious relationships are the last thing on my mind right now.
I got married at 23, and it still is great, 33 years later.
No age but no rush is my mantra
First I hit you with a +1 because I saw you got DV'd for some strange reason. Second I've always been told age doesn't matter neccessarily when you know you know.
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I got married at 20, and now at the age of 23 I live on a steady diet of government cheese while living in a van down by the river.
Age has nothing to do with it. Do it when you find the one that you can't get enough of, and I don't mean just sexually. I did it at 22, had our first child when I was 28, and am more happily married at 65 than I ever have been 42 years later.
30+ if you want one marriage
I hope 27 since that's what I will be in October for my wedding. But I do think its perfect.. Had my 8 years of higher education single to mingle, so I didn't miss out on anything then. Graduated and met the girl last summer, and just got engaged almost a year later so I'm not past my prime for a few married years.. Seems great to me!
Got married at 28. Probably could have waited a year but I think 28-30 is just right.
Just make sure you sow your oats first!!!
thank you for the replys my friends its just a question I have been thinking about lately because I would like to only have one marriage in my life but for sure want to have an amazing time with women up till that point the only thing is is that my future wife is probably living it up to with who know who lol
IMO, there is no uniform right age. When you feel you have reached a level of comfort within yourself that you're ready to care for and support a woman and the family that could come after then go for it. Don't do it a minute before then though.
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Marriage is not something to be planned for unless you want to be part of the statistics of divorce. Marriage is a covenant relationship entered into with God, with a spouse...for better or worse, til death do you part. It is never perfect. It takes a lot of work and devotion. It is also the best thing on earth when it is entered into by two people that love each other and put God first, then their spouse, and lastly them self.
Its not a stupid question until you ask it.
As others have said there is no magic number. I got married at 22 and have been married for close to 24 years. However I do wish I had waited. I have loved a VERY VERY sheltered life. I missed out on a lot of things that I regret. Never had a time of just me. I lived at home for college and soon after got married. She was only 2nd person I dated. I was super shy like the guy on Big Bang theory except I have never drank to get the nerve to talk to girls. I'm not shy any more but that has changed in last 10 years.
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