There is no "right" time to get engaged — but some people do it quicker than others. It can be easy to assume that hasty engagements are reserved for the rich and famous , but some real-life people have done it too — and lived to tell the tale. In a Reddit thread, people discussed what happened when they decided to get married after six months or less of dating , and how it ended up working out for them. I don't know how to explain it, honestly. We just knew?
Sheila Sim may now be married, but the actress and model still prefers to go by her maiden name, thank you very much. Her elfin features and down-to-earth charm make her instantly endearing, and she greets the crew with great big hugs. When Sheila and Deon first met on a dating app , they were attracted to each other's looks "that's expected, because the other person's photo is the first thing you see", she says , but they soon found they had a deeper connection. Because he was between jobs, and I was between projects, we met every day; and I really mean every day, unless one of us was out of the country. It's why we got to know each other so well in such a short period of time. She agrees that accepting Deon's proposal in six months was "crazy" but romantic. Sheila accepted Deon's proposal atop a snowy mountain in Hokkaido, after just six months of dating.
Three relationship experts weigh in on how long you should be in a relationship before you pop the question. According to Shilpa Gandhi, as long as your core beliefs align a quick engagement doesn't equal a doomed relationship. Yet the certified matchmaker and director of Amare Exclusive , said that before deciding to get engaged, you should have talked at length about your future and taken age, career stage and financial stability into consideration.
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