Well, you’re fascinated by the special person and imagine flying with him. So how long should you wait before deciding to be reckless? Six months, one year or three years. If you have any questions about this, scientists can answer you. But we have to tell you that this is probably a wrong question.
Goin’ to the Chapel
In 2015, Emory University researchers A.F. and H.M. published a study covering 3,000 couples in the Journal Economic Survey. The main purpose of this paper is to study the effect of wedding expenses on the duration of marriage. (The conclusion is: spend as little money as possible and invite everyone you can.)
The study also looked at other variables, such as the time when two people fell in love before they mentioned marriage. Research shows that couples who propose to marry after 1 to 2 years of love have a 20% lower risk of divorce than those who have been in love for less than a year. Partners who have been in love for more than three years have half the risk of divorce.
What’s in a Number?
In Jane Austen’s “Sense and Emotion,” Marianne Dashwood says, “It is not time or opportunity that determines intimacy, it is character. Seven years is not enough for some people to know each other, but for others, seven days is enough. Of course, this is a teenager who defends her new romance, so you can accept it easily.
When going to a nightclub is your biggest annoyance (when you love to play), the quality of “your other half” that is incompatible with your normal personality is great. However when you start paying off your mortgage (play enough, live a good life), the quality is another matter.
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