There are a lot of factors that play into whether you and the person you are dating will make it down the aisle. A relationship’s survival can be determined by communication skills, teamwork, and even just sticking by each other during the low moments. One other consideration to take before tying the knot? Age.
We are a society that had been conditioned to marry right after college, or, in some areas, right after high school
The culture has a map for us, and if we don’t follow the silent order, we feel that we are doing something wrong and will be left behind and ultimately alone in love.
There isn’t necessarily a best age to get married, but there definitely is a best time to get married. The best time to get married is when you feel comfortable and confident in your job and personal life. If you were to give yourself an exact age, you might find that you settle for whomever you’re with at that age.
For Gospel singer Favour Kimani who is 41 years old, she is not in hurry to get married
“For me i better build a strong relationship with God. I want to do God’s work. Turning many lives to God is what i love doing.” She says.
“Many people criticize me. Others tell me that i concentrated more on my spiritual life and left marriage life. For me my time will come and i will get married.” She adds.
“I preserve myself for my future husband. She concludes.
Favour states that at times men approach her. After becoming good friends they withdraw without any good reason.