Twenty seems too young to be married, but who am I to judge? Who knows what they have yet to accomplish and life is far more difficult alone.
How would I react if they didn’t fit my other arbitrary standards?
Where did those predetermined pictures come from? Do we have the courage to discard our preconceived notions, give up prejudices?
Have a wonderful Sunday!
Years ago, twenty was perfect. You married, had kids and on and on. Different now. FYI, I posted for WEWRIWA but it didn’t get on the list. Check my website to see the post, please. Thanks, Patrick.
will look for you 🙂
People used to get married in their teens because they didn’t live very long. Many marriages don’t last these days as proven by the 67% failure rate. Whose to say what is right for who? Everyone is different, and everyone brings different things to the table. I am not going to say what is right for anyone else. I have enough problems trying to figure out what works for me.!
Hahaha I agree with that. I hold no prejudice for anyone.
When I got married at 22 most people thought we were making an enormous mistake.
Well it may not be a mistake…its just that at 20 a person is barely more than a child
I agree with you – but then who are we to say ! Each one has to work things out for themselves and we’re not to judge!
It is my conclusion as well 🙂 Thanks for sharing your thoughts.