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Ivory French casket with scenes of romances – possibly a courtship gift.
Courtship is the systematic process that one undergoes in order to ensure compatibility with a lifelong partner.
I know this used to be fairly common, even engagements were kept very short.
Around the time of WW2, due to the war many people rushed into marriage, BUT many of them stayed married, the divorce rates weren't anywhere as high as they are today. Not like there has to be a shot gun wedding or anything.
The reason I'm asking this, my friend I mentioned on another thread, just met a girl and had sex with her after only knowing her a week. I don't think they can work out, but there are some out there who prove they can.
Now he's talking about asking her to marry him and he says she's on the same page despite only knowing each other for less than a month. My ex-best friend of 4 years recently got engaged...after dating the girl for a month. Last I heard her mother is making them wait to get married in April (they were planning on eloping this past weekend--it would be 2 months at that point). Hopefully those two can cool their jets for a few months and really decide if they want to rush into marriage without even knowing one another. What do you all think about people who get engaged/married after only dating for a very short period of time?
What do you all think about people who get engaged/married after only dating for a very short period of time?
Some of the four-year-olds were able to control their impulse to snatch up and consume their marshmallows for the duration of Mischel’s 15–20-minute errand (which must have felt like several lifetimes for these four-year-olds). Mischel followed up with his subjects many years later and found that the ability to control impulses and delay gratification was associated with success in many different areas of life as an adult.
So, in the realm to waiting a sufficient length of time before marrying, are you willing to wait for an endless supply of lovely marshmallows, or do you want to bite down, right now, on something that resembles a marshmallow but may well turn into a bag of pus once you’ve committed?
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To this question, I respond that most of the things that are worth achieving in life require us to delay gratification and to prioritize restraint over indulgence in more primitive drives.