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Can you marry someone you met in 9 months

Can you marry someone you met in 9months. Why I ask this is because my boyfriend jake is about to propose to me. I know because, well his bestfriend is my bestfriends husband. So he told her and she just have to tell me. Aparently jake and austin when on an engagement ring shopping yesterday and got me a ring. Am happy and nervouse at the same time. My last relationship we took every step fast and I ended up heart broken. Don't get me wrong, I love jake, I really do but I think am scared if getting hurt again. Btw this should have been a post but opera mini on phone don't go well with personapaper


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manni wrote on December 4, 2014, 8:07 AM

i am surprised that you were able to post with opera mini coz i am not. i use chrome only for posting on PP through my phone

manni wrote on December 4, 2014, 8:09 AM

as regards your answer if you trust him then take the chance or wait for some time to get to know him better. after all its a life decision and only you can choose what is best for your life and not all of us

scheng1 wrote on December 4, 2014, 8:23 AM

You can set a date that is in the future, or wait for the house to be ready before you get married.

CelesteSashin wrote on December 4, 2014, 3:36 PM

It really depends on the people involved. My husband proposed 8 months into our relationship, although we both knew from the beginning that is where we were heading. Still, we did have a relatively long engagement... sort of. We became engaged in November of 2011. We planned the wedding for June 30, 2013. A year and a half out. My grandmother fell ill though, so we married in November of 2012 at the court house and then had our ceremony as planned in June. He and I jumped into things quickly, but we've worked out because he and I have always been on the same page about what we wanted from the relationship and what our ideas of marriage were. So, yes, it's possible to have a solid relationship after only 9 months- it just depends on the parties involved and what their expectations are about the marriage and such. Hope that helps you process some. :)

allen0187 wrote on December 4, 2014, 10:32 PM

Well, I voted 'Yes'. I do think it is possible. Not ideal but possible. You could have been together for two years and the quality of the relationship isn't there. Then, here comes someone whom you actually click with and after just two months, both of you are asking the same thing, 'Where were you all this time and why'd you only show up in my life just now?'.

Good luck!

slexy143 wrote on December 6, 2014, 2:14 AM

allen0187 I feel so connected to him but am scared if been hurt again
$manni I can only post polls not new article. you're right. he didn't propose again.

he said my friend told him about my previous relationship and that he don't want to scare me away. he said he's ready to take it at my pace
scheng1 we talked about that too. infact we talked about a lot
celesteSashin I know I want to be with him but I think it's too early

marialy18 wrote on December 7, 2014, 1:34 AM

He must be certain to his feelings so he offered you marriage even for a short of time..Well it is you who will decide.

WordChazer wrote on December 7, 2014, 1:29 PM

I knew I would marry my husband within a week of meeting him. Took us a bit longer to get around to making it formal though when I moved 100 miles to be with him my parents knew it was serious.

rahulgugu wrote on December 7, 2014, 1:33 PM

well yes , if you have true love in between u both then go for it :)

paperdaisyflower7 wrote on December 8, 2014, 6:34 PM

if in your heart you feel it is right then why not , you can always have a long engagement like 6 more months?

slexy143 wrote on December 9, 2014, 12:27 AM

wordchazer & paperdaisyflower7 & rahulgugu marialy18 he didn't propose again, his friend who happens to be the husband of my friend told him about my previous breakup so instead of proposing we talked. he said he understood my fear and don't want to rush me. in short we talked about a lot of things

allen0187 wrote on December 17, 2014, 9:18 PM

slexy143 , take it slow. No need to rush things. Do it the right way this time out. Hope it pans out right for both of you.