I'm young and so is my boyfriend (both 17). I love him more than anything, i really really do. I'm very mature for my age and so is he. We each have been through a lot and we have found so much in eachother. We have been dating for a year and we both spend lots of time together (not too much), we like mainly the same things, we get along, we love eachother, we communicate, there aren't any secrets. But every adult we are around always says that it won't last because we are so young. Me and him have lots of plans to move out together and get engaged and what not, but i'm worried that it's true, i am too young. Does anyone else think it's possible to be together in your teens and get married and be with someone for the rest of your life?
Is it even possible?
"There is always some madness in love, but there is also always some reason in madness." - Petrarch
Unlikely does not equate to impossible.
While it may be unlikely it's certainly not unheard of.
There is no punishment. There is no reward. There are only consequences.
I know plenty of people who married their highschool sweethearts!
It is unlikely though. People change too fast to really see past here and now, you know? For all you know, you could endup old and withered with him. :p
I would say... Don't think to much about marriage and stuff like that right now, just try to build more onto the relationship. Good luck hun! <3
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