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Getting married after six months of dating

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Are the things that you have come to see about your partner which annoy you tolerable enough and are they heavily outweighed by the things you like in them?

We agreed to start trying for a baby about six months after the wedding -- nevermind that he didn't have sex with me anyway or care about fulfilling my needs in that department in other ways.We tried to work on it afterward but he forgot our first year anniversary because he was out with her yet again.He was all I really had and I relied on him too much.Its fast-paced, glitzy and often financially fueled, so that doing whatever you want is possible, and also scary, because the higher up you go the harder you may fall.This combination increases the likelihood that a couple will charge into romance, heat up quickly, feel like they’ve found the one and get engaged.  You must determine how many years you can tolerate their worst characteristic becoming more intolerable as the passion you feel, diminishes.

When actress Kaley Cuoco announced that she was engaged to tennis star Ryan Sweeting after three months of dating, she joined a list of other celebs who were quick to get engaged.

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.

I asked for a divorce and was finalized this past December." 2.

  ___________________________________________________________________________________   Not all advise is good advise!

It’s easy to want to go running down to the altar when you first meet someone who whispers sweet nothings in your ear and gives you more butterflies than a Mariah Carey album, but what about when you find out that same man has a tattered past of drug or alcohol addiction that may prove to be an issue in your relationship?