Lots of couples who dated for years before getting married get divorced.Lots of couples who dated for weeks before gettinng married get divorced.Waiting doesn't guarantee a successful, lasting marriage.Marriage And Health: Damned If You Do And Don't The Cons1. Yes, you know that he likes red sauces more than cream sauces.If these rumors are correct, that means the two will be agreeing to spend the rest of their lives together after only about a month of dating. We've thought it over, and come up with some reasons in favor of and against marrying someone you hardly know. So, yes, there are cases when marrying someone you've just met works out just fine.2. You know those couples who date for years before tying the knot?But is marrying someone after such a brief time really such a terrible idea? And how their newlywed phase is comfy and cozy and romantic, but not particularly sexy? Celebrities seem to think so and couples like Keyshia Cole and Boobie Gibson, Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom and Monica and Shannon Brown all have the short courtships to prove it.
I had a friend who left for college in September and came back engaged at Spring Break. Cervaise and I got married about a year and a half after we met, got engaged about 9 months after we met.
After that, our relationship was based on texts, email and lots of video chats.
We had decided that we were going to try to make it work despite the huge distance between us.
As I write this I know I will get a comment section full of stories that are a little something like this: “Me and my husband only knew each other for a month before we got married and we’ve been married for ten years.” It’s not that I don’t believe that people can legitimately stay in love after rushing into a lifelong commitment; I just believe that it’s the exception, not the rule.
While unions that result from short courtships CAN be successful, I wouldn’t go shelling out relationship advice for women to marry who they feel is “the one” after only 2 months of dating.