Getting married after 6 months of dating
Plenty of couples mark many milestones together before deciding whether to take the leap from dating to mating.I jump in," Kidman recently told magazine of her lightning-fast wedding.If you are both striving to fulfill that, you will both be happy." met—until they found each other on an online dating site.She was living in Canada and he was in New Zealand at the time, so things stayed long-distance.
Things like height or eye color don't matter in the long run but don't compromise on the big stuff or you will live with regret or be unhappy trying to change someone."How I knew: While Amy says she adored him, she wasn't sure if she wanted to be married that young.
More than half of all marriages end in divorce, and it's so much harder if you don't really know each other first." (Learn how to your bond happy and healthy with these 5 Relationship Tips from Divorce Experts.)Jane Meronuck How we met: Jane's and Chris's friends knew the two were a perfect match and had been trying to set them for months. How I knew: "We decided to get married because we couldn't find a reason not to.
When they finally met at a party, they realized their friends had been right all along. Neither of us were really looking for a life partner when we met, but we were both a little freaked out by how right it felt."My advice: "If you feel it in your bones that he's the one, go for it.
When you know, you know."Valerie Lancaster How we met: Valerie and Nate first met singing in a choir for their LDS (Mormon) church, but they didn't have time to get to know each other—Nate was leaving to serve a two-year religious mission.
But the spark was still there when he returned, and they were wed three months after they officially got together.