Growing up, most of us dreamt of finishing school, getting a good job and finally settling down that looked and sounded so easy and achievable.
It seemed like the perfect life. But once grown up you discovered that life does not always go as anticipated.
As much as most people appear to be living their ‘dream’ and settling down in their 20s, the reality of a ‘perfect life’ isn’t necessarily the same for everyone.
Hence settling down in your 30s is might be best thing that could happen to anyone. Here are the crucial reasons:
With age, comes maturity: When you settle down in your 30s you are definitely mature enough to know what it is that you want from your partner. You are mature and can make sober decisions. So it is no longer a trial and error. At this age, you can independently choose the battles to fight and those that are insignificant in your relationship. That way, your relationship will be a more stable.
More self-confident: Let’s face it, in your twenties you are still trying to build on your self-confidence. In your twenties you could still be seeking people’s validation for you to feel confident. But in your 30s, you have probably worked on your inner self and probably become more self-confident. Once you are conscious and confident in yourself, maintaining a relationship is easy.
Stability: In your 30s you’ve probably grown and developed in your career. This in turn means that you are stable and probably have your own money. This gives you the time and energy to focus and work a successful marriage.
Money management: We all know that finances cause a lot of conflicts in relationships. By this age, you probably know how to manage finances. This knowledge in turn minimizes the chances of you getting into conflict with your partner over money.
Appreciative: When you are 30, you have had a chance to live alone and experience it. Therefore, when you get into marriage you definitely learn and know how to appreciate your partner.
We bet all the above are helpful reasons as to why you should wait until you are in your 30s to settle down in marriage.
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