Only one year after filing for divorce from ex-husband Corey Simms, Leah Messer has tied the knot again. At only 19-years-old, Messer married fiance Jeremy Calvert last week. This time though, Messer is convinced the marriage will last. ”We have a really good connection…It’s different from Corey and my relationship, because we were kinda like forcing it… With Jeremy, you know when you’re supposed to be with somebody and you’re not,” Messer said, according to UsMagazine.com.
Is age a factor when it comes to marriage?
Sometimes people get married too young, but how do you know when age is a factor when it comes to marriage? Cupid has some tips:
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1. Money: Though not always true, the older you are the more likely you are to have established yourself financially. It’s important to be able to pull your weight in the relationship.
2. Independent: You have to determine if you are at that age where you know who you are as a person outside of a relationship. For some, that age may be 19, but for others it could be 35. If you are happy alone, you can be happy with someone else.
3. Divorce: According to studies, the divorce rates are lesser for those who marry later in life. When you marry later in life, you’re more like to be stable in all aspects of life which makes for a stable marriage. Ultimately, though, when you know someone’s the one, you just know.
Is age a factor for you when considering marriage? Let us know in a comment below.