My grandma had an old-timers saying :"marry in haste, repent in leasure". But, they were both very mature people, and during their time together, spent a lot of time figuring out the other person. In modern times, there's a lot more to take into consideration than ever previously.
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What do you all think about people who get engaged/married after only dating for a very short period of time?
Some call it the end of the "honeymoon phase." Others might scratch their heads over how, suddenly, shit in their relationship is starting to hit the fan.
But regardless of how you label this turning point with your partner, there comes a moment where things start to get real.
"In the first three months or so, people typically are on their best behavior," says Rachel Russo, a dating and relationship coach in NYC.
Some forums can only be seen by registered members.Add to that the fact that people tend to practice more "self-diagnosing" than ever before, and you end up in a chaotic situation.Most people don't even have the time to sit back and relax for a few days, much less really take the time to get to know another person within just a few short weeks.Now he's talking about asking her to marry him and he says she's on the same page despite only knowing each other for less than a month.These two are NOT kids, both in their late forties, early fifties. I've known people that have done exactly what you said, and have been fine.