Short dating period before marriage
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People don't get married when they're teenagers anymore for a reason, the same reason why we explore our partners on an emotional AND physical level before we commit to spending the rest of our lives beside them.They don't know whether they are moving forward because of inertia--particularly because of living together--or because being together forever actually makes sense.The couple that is not sleeping together isn't worried about how they will feel after the initial glow of sex wears off because their relationship and commitment were not founded upon a sexual relationship. This is almost universally declaring sex before marriage a necessity. My friend however, got married after a month and has now been together for 16 years...They have no idea if they are sexually compatible or not.They are flying as sexually blind as they would have if they'd gotten married two months into their courtship.
In each audience that I’ve spoken to about marital decision-making, there is almost always someone who raises a hand and says, “My parents fell in love and got married a month later, and they’ve been completely happy together for the last 50 years.” The core of this statement is an assertion that lifelong happy marriages are possible with very short courtships. So, in all cases, if we were to honestly weigh the emotional, psychological, and financial costs of a bad decision, wouldn’t wisdom in all cases suggest a relatively long courtship? This is good advice, but I think it's pointless unless you counsel couples to start having sex after a reasonable time of couple-dom, say, six months.