Marriage is a very crucial part of everyone's life. In the modern world where independence is cherished, there is confusion to adults when to get married? or should I even marry? The happiness, responsibilities, and connection marriage brings in individual life is indescribable. Our cultural values tell us to marry in our early 20s whereas this hustle of the modern world tells us not to hurry things before our early 30s. So what is the perfect age to get married?
Here I provide you some theories, facts and my own opinion
The Theory of Goldilocks: "The optimal age to get married is 28 to 32 in the first five years with the lowest probability of divorce," says Carrie Krawiec. Maple Clinic Birmingham marriage and family therapist in Troy, Michigan."The idea that people are not too old and not too young at this age is called the 'Goldilocks Theory." Krawiec says people must be "old sufficient" to understand the difference between true compatibility and puppy love, but "young enough" to be unwilling and unwilling to make habits and lifestyles adjusted.
After you fully get matured: "A person reaches a certain level of maturity where they are probably going to succeed in marrying and usually after 25 years of age," says Rancho Counseling Owner Alice Taverner. "In my practice, I'm seeing couples that are on the brink of divorce. They're married before and before the 'single' experience of their 20s." From a scientific point of view, the frontal lobe is the least mature part of the brain, with a maturity of 25 or even 30 years. Life decisions that take place before age 25 are problems because they are taken unless the moral and ethical behavior of the individual is fully reconciled. In other words, marriages between young people and very young people are usually doomed to failure. Statistically, a married person at the age of 25 is more than 50% less likely to be divorced than a married person at the age of 20.
Waiting too long is also not good: Not only are couples maturer in their 30s, but they are also usually more educated and tend to have an economic foundation that is safer. (Money disorders can trigger a significant divorce.) A study for the Institute for Family Studies examined data from the National Survey on Family Growth (2006-2010) and found, not surprisingly, that before the age of 32, the probability of divorce is 11% reduced each additional year of marriage.
What experts believe is the perfect age for marriage?
Experts believe that the best time to get married is to make your job and personal life feel comfortable and trustworthy. Certain experts on relationships say that age as a number is less important than age as an experience. "There is not necessarily a better age to get married, but there is certainly the best time to get married," says April Davis, founder of LUMA Luxury Matchmaking. The best time to get married is to make your job and personal life feel comfortable and trustworthy. You might be able to find out who you are with whom at that age if you were to give yourself an exact age." In some cases, the best time to think about settling is in the late '20s, when you often get a sense and feel more stable in different parts of your life.
According to Wyatt Fisher, a licensed physician and Christian Crush's founder, getting married at the end of the 1920s has its advantages since, at this age, you had time to complete your training and start a career. Plus, Fisher said, by then, the bar scene and the single lifestyle might bore you and you're looking forward to "the one." Kelsey Torgerson, a licensed social clinician, says, from the neurological point of view: It is important to wait until the brain is fully developed (aged 25). "I think waiting for this marker is better," she says. "I think. "When your partner overcomes stressful things, you should also learn how two you handle college, long-distance, studies abroad, or get two jobs when you have a sweetheart at high school. You want to know that conflict management strategies are in place to ensure that marriage is healthy, successful on the way."
Little to my conclusion, I think the perfect age to get married is when you feel like doing. Any marriage is the foundation for a better life not only of two people but two families. The idea of getting married means you are fully committed to your partner socially, emotionally, physically, and financially. These things need a fully mature woman and a man. So if you feel like sharing your happiness and burden then it is the perfect age to get married.