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Why does "young love" seldom last?


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I know of a few people who started dating in their teens and ended up married but it seems to be rare. I know if I had dated my first boyfriend and married him at this point, I would not be happy. He was very immature and didn't seem to want to grow up. He drank a lot as well, even though he wasn't 21. It would have been a mistake. Why do you think young love hardly ever makes it?

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As mentioned, people change as they age. This is true of everyone. I don't think we become the fullest version of ourselves until we hit 30. At that point it is safe to assume if you have a partner that works great with you, it will last.

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Puppy love is usually the idea and concept of love and a relationship. You aren't actually "in love" but rather in love with the idea of love. Most people can't commit to a long term relationship until they are past the age of 25. 

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