Q. What's the ideal age for marriage?

A good talk is everything.

What's the ideal age for marriage?

I’m too young for this. I’m too old for that. Age does matter, doesn’t it?






Apr, 2018

  • morganlee

    Arizona Weddings https://arizonaofficiant.com/ . Capturing Milestones: I take pride in connecting with each couple and discovering the significant milestones in their relationship. From the day you first met to the details of your first date, I weave these meaningful moments into the fabric of your ceremony. By highlighting these important and notable times, your wedding becomes a reflection of your unique journey as a couple.


    answered by

      2.35 q
  • davis

    There is no ideal age for marriage. There are only perfect partners.
    These are those who love each other, respect, care for, and make efforts to be happy themselves and to make their partner happy. And it’s a two-way street. If only one tries, it will never work.
    So it was in my marriage, I was tired and filed for divorce https://onlinedivorceincalifornia.co.... And now I’ve been happy on my own for 2 years now, until I’m looking for a new partner, and I’m not sure that I will be in the near future. But now I know exactly what marriage should be.


    answered by

      3.78 q
  • Anonymous

    It is not an easy decision that when a person should get married and in Pakistan, you cannot delay your marriage decision to much extend. Usually, people in Pakistan get married in their twenties but in rural areas, the people get married in their late teenage too. Nowadays, marriage is becoming a nightmare for girls and boys and they take more time to think whether to get married early to delay it more as they can.
    I think there is not any ideal age to get married but there are some societal norms that delay the marriages. I found a few here; https://www.mushwarah.pk/life/get-ma...


    answered by

      12.51 q
  • mohsinkhan

    but i will love good behaviour and sample young for better life. i think money does not metter


    answered by

      5.39 q
  • julian

    Once a person is an adult and till death, every age is acceptable for marriage legally.
    There are perceptions that one should get married in between the age of 22 to 35 as that is the ideal age for having kids.
    But that doesn’t mean that we should force our self for marriage.
    Everybody is always allowed to decide what age is going to be their ideal age for getting married.


    answered by

      19.71 q
  • pearljam

    Marriage : Age is not the only factor that matters.

    But I think the ideal age to get married is 26-31.


    answered by

      47.71 q
  • coyote50

    For most people I think late 20s/early 30s is the youngest. That’s when people tend to be grown up into their real adult selves, depending on life circumstances. As much as you think you’re finally a real adult in your early 20s, you’re not.


    answered by

      44.24 q
  • awad7

    There is no specific age for marriage, it’s all about maturity. If one is mature enough to deal with a marriage and support a family, then that individual person has reached the ideal age for his/her marriage.


    answered by

      45.48 q
  • daniel.e.sanchez

    After living a little, when you feel comfortable with your own self. Squeeze the most of all experiences as you can before; sex, love, family time, parties, work, friendships, heartaches, loneliness, ups and downs.. Travel around. Be sure to achieve some goals and try not to loose focus and determination. Live for a while with your partner and get to know each other under that circumstance. Know her/his family. Never ever get married too young because many “what ifs..” will appear and can suck you into unfaithful curiosity or frustration.


    answered by

      57.7 q
  • kiaazad

    I’d say when the fun stopped, around 30 or more.
    the reason why humans body starts breaking down and the diseases that come at the old age are so brutal is by that time we already passed our genes to the next generation and the natural selection has no role in those diseases, therefore, our body haven not evolved to deal with them better.
    If all humans start raising the age of procreation, the human race will evolve stronger for the old age and the future generations would have longer lifes. however, some might lose the chance to have kids in process, but is necessary for the survival of the stronger gene polls


    answered by

      150.66 q

Asked in Category


"I now pronunce you - husband and wife." For richer or for poorer; in sickness and in health, 'til death do us part. Marriage is a sacred bond between a man and a woman who decided to commit themselves to each other for a lifetime. It should not be a burden but a source of joy through ups and downs. It is where family begins. People around the world have different cultures when it comes to marriage. Some countries have arranged marriage; others have the freedom to choose their lifetime partners. Marriage shouldn't be taken lightly like a puppy love you can easily dump whenever you want.

  • 51 views overall.
  • Asked on