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In other words, you lessen the likelihood of divorce if you spend enough time being in the relationship that you’ve had time to test what real day-to-day life is like.For most couples, this is likely a minimum of one year.I jump on Tinder or whatever pretty much immediately after to fill the void." – Amanda "I waited two months out of respect for the relationship because I didn't want to hurt him any more than I had." – Lee "Fuck his feelings.Join whenever you want to." – Julie "Totally your call." – Gail "This is bad but I do it during the argument that is leading up to breaking up and swipe while we argue to calm myself and be like 'ok theres plenty more out there'" – Gi Gi "Always follow the Joey Tribbiani rule: half an hour." – Tess "Who cares, as soon as you want to get back on your feet and sign up, sign up." – Anon "Apps are what I turn to when I'm hurting over a guy or trying to get through a breakup.It's probably (read: definitely) unhealthy to slap the proverbial band-aid over the wound so soon, but it's so nice to bask in the attention of dudes after being kicked to the curb by one.That makes it difficult to tell what percentage of the reason for a divorce may be too short an engagement, but it sure doesn’t help. During the honeymoon phase of any relationship, often the entire first year, couples tend to find it pretty easy to agree with their partner on many things, even everything.The hazy glow of infatuation has a way of making everything they say and do seem more wonderful than it actually is.
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This combination increases the likelihood that a couple will charge into romance, heat up quickly, feel like they’ve found the one and get engaged.
Unfortunately, it also means neither may know each other all that well, nor have any idea how they will weather storms as a couple — resulting in a vulnerable marriage. Adding to the rapid fire “we just met” to “we are getting married” is the stress of celebrity life, lots of travel and time apart, often surrounded by much temptation in the form of other flirtations as well as alcohol and drugs (a bad combination in terms of fidelity). Marriages that last are those between people who have found a lot of common ground, and where there is not common ground, it’s between people that have found out they are capable of negotiating and compromising with each other.
Chances are you've heard a story about a couple who met, fell madly in love and married within two weeks and are still married 50 years later.
Such cases do exist, but they tend to be the exception, rather than the rule.