One shouldn't pursue romantic relationships until one is ready to get married. True or False. Why?
My first boyfriend was when I was 20. I'm Twenty-three now and married to him. Have been for the last three years plan on being so for the next sixty+ until one or both of us dies.
I'm not saying you have to marry the first person your date but shouldn't that be the goal to find out if you are compatible for a lifelong stable relationship? My husband and I had every serious/awkward conversation we could think of in the first three dates and THEN we fell in love and got married after we figured out the mechanics. We were friends we didn't want to screw it up with a romantic relationship if it was going to end.