Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.I have come across this quite a bit lately where couples are getting engaged after only being together/knowing one another for a few months.And I truly believe that this has helped drive up the divorce rate in North America.With all this said, I have also known people to get married quickly and have excellent marriages. True, but you can be with somebody for years and still not know 'everything' about them and their personality.You follow your heart and brain and hopefully between the two, you make the right choice. I think that relationships start out with a honeymoon stage, and it is impossible to truly know the person inside out in a short amount of time.
I was with my ex for 10 years and knew her since gradeschool before we got married. But we can't stand the thought of being together romantically ever again.
However, I think if you hit the year mark (or around there somewhere) and are not yet sure if you want to marry a person or spend the rest of your life with them, you are fooling yourself! My Aunt and Uncle only knew each other 6 months before they got married!!
I think that if you don't know by that time, in reality YOU DO KNOW. They are still married 20 some years later - which is longer then anyone else thats married that I know.
Well, if you fell in love after 2-3 months, then I see nothing wrong with getting engaged.
Now, does that mean you have to get married in the next two months? You can certainly spend the engagement period learning more about one another. Seriously, the first 6 weeks are hands down the best time in any relationship.