Many ladies operate with the mindset that marriage is a lifelong contract which shouldn’t be rushed into while others want to enjoy being a spinster before settling down.No matter what your reason might be, here are some factors which may spur you to marry sooner than later.
The fertility rate of women starts declining around age 31, decreasing more dramatically as soon as they are past 35.
- High fertility
Having babies in your twenties helps to save money that you may have to spend on expensive fertility treatments which could be needed in the long run.
Beyond decreased fertility, it is also essential that women marry and get pregnant (depending on your order of preference) in their twenties to avoid/lower pregnancy risks.
- It’s healthier for mother and baby
It is healthy for the mother, and healthier for the child as there are many infant-related health risks associated with older women giving birth.
Marriage is simply another phase of life, it should not make you lose focus and sight of who you are, hence, get into it early enough to build an empire with your man.
- Growing together financially
Having kids in your twenties most likely increases the possibility of being a young grandparent.
- Early procreation
You are agile enough to keep up with your grandchildren and you get to have a strong relationship with them.
A study documented by Knot yet showed that there are higher chances for people who are still unmarried in their twenties to over-indulge in alcohol consumption.
- Happier home and plenty memories to share with spouse
These persons suffer depression and loneliness as opposed to their married counterparts.
You also get to share lots of memories with one another as young, vibrant couples are believed to be fun, wild and free.
It is usually easy for a lady who marries early to restart her career or pursue abandoned dreams when her children are all grown – and have moved out of the house.
- The luxury of freedom once the kids are grown
Being young and full of vigour makes it easier to do all these.Article written by Abimbola Adegoke/Cable.ng