Marriage After 30

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In our society marriage is the structure people use to create a stable family unit. A man and woman, who fell in love, marry with the intention of staying together for life. Within that bond they usually have children and raise them. Nowadays many couples decide to create a family in their early thirties. But isn't it too late?

The main problem of being married late is the stress of having a child. Not only because it's a great responsibility, but medicine says the possibility of having a healthy baby decreases with age. Maybe not just after 30, but a dream of taking care of a host of own children may not come true. Moreover, couples who have decided to create a full family, may not have enough money to educate their offspring, due to the fact of faster retirement comparing to other relationships.

But there's also a great advantage of getting married a bit later! Both partners have learnt in earlier relationships how to be independent, self-sufficient, and how to accept shortcomings or habits of current beloved one. Another plus is financial stability – steady job or even own business. Broadly speaking – it's easier to create basis for a partnership, if you've already gained some life experience.

The point is that in fact marriage is about commitment. It is about staying in love and staying together for a lifetime despite the partners age. The challenge of relationship is to make it work, no matter when you get married
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