I'm not sure how young you're talking about, but assuming that the couple is mature, in love and know how to work on and maintain a marriage, there are advantages, just as there are disadvantages if they miss the mark on any of these requirements.
I was so stupid I got married at 17. never had a chance to have fun and do things with kids my own age.had a babyat 18 and never regretted that.we just grew up together.I am 67 years old and I missed out on a lot of growing up fun.my girls were in their late 20 when they got married .they took time to be young
My cousin and his wife are 110% in love. When I look at them together, it is so clear that they are soul mates. He's 22, she's 21, and he joined the Marines when he was 20 - they got married a month before he left on his first mission (at 20). They wanted to be sure that if anything happened to him, their love and their bond would stay strong and permanent. They show each other love and support each and every day, and I truly believe they will be together till death do them part.
well I'll be 17 in July, and I'm getting married in september, to the most wonderful man I have ever met. He is 22, 1/2 an inch taller than me, weighs 125 pounds, has black hair, green eyes, and can sing awesome. We have loved each other for a very long time. we have know each other since he was 10, and I was 5. we couldn't get a divorce because our church doesn't believe in getting divorces
Marriage is very hard at any age. When you are young all you want to do is "taste" life. That doesnt usually fit in with marriage. Dont take me wrong love is a strange thing, if you and other are mature minded and have good morals or a good drive to make it work, it can be done.
I don't think it would be. I mean, you're young, you don't need to be held back by somebody else. Why make a commitment so early on in your life? It makes as much sense as having a child when you're still a child. You're young; go and have fun and be wild and free.