Marry too early when you're still in the first throes of passion and you risk all the pitfalls of a whirlwind romance.
Perhaps, if cracks truly are appearing in Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall's marriage as reported in this paper last week, it has something to do with the fact the couple procrastinated for years before tying the knot?
Of course, if ever a couple had reasons to delay marriage, they did.
If a lot of your guy’s friends are like him—young and single—going out to bars until 4 a.m.
drinking, flirting with women, and behaving like a frat boy may be the norm.
“He’s not ready for all of the pressures and responsibilities that go along with a committed relationship because his emotional maturity is not fully developed yet.” He’s either scared of love or loves you but feels like marriage means giving up his freedom, she adds—and that means you could be looking at girlfriend status for the long term.
Your biological clock is ticking away, meanwhile his might not even be turned on.“They don’t want to miss out on being part of their group, with whom they glean their identity.”Although you may be ready to walk down the aisle, it can be hard to get a younger man to put a ring on it.“In some cases, a younger guy is developmentally in a different place,” says psychotherapist Robi Ludwig.his dry sense of humor kills you, and dang those eyes!And then you learn that the same year you graduated college, he was wrapping up his freshman year—of high school.The chemistry is there and you’re on the same page about many things, but often your careers will be at different stages, which could lead to resentment, says Amber Soletti, founder of On Speed and Singleandthe