You start making relationships the moment you are born.
Each relationship differs according to the relation we have with the persons in concern. Adolescence lasts for several years from around 11 years of age up 18 years of age or older. It involves all kinds of changes, to your mind, changes in your emotions and to your body.
All of us follow the same developmental path, and pass through the same milestones along the way, from being a student to being in employment, from possibly getting married to retirement.
This post concentrates mainly on getting married which shall not be a period of strain at all.
First and foremost, keep in mind that:
1) Relationships need to be worked at.
2) Making and keeping relationships is a skill.
3) It takes time to get to know yourself.
4) It takes time to find out the kind of relationships you want.
5) You need to get to know the feelings and needs of another person.
Being in a relationship and getting married shall be a shared sense of trust, open communication, humour and common interests.
Your wedding is one of the happiest days of your life and has become a major social event where friends and family members meet. For some who got married without any planning might look at the wedding as a costly expense and a burden. Why? So, make sure that you spend on your wedding what you truly can afford.
• Prioritise those aspects of your wedding that are most important to you. Go to our presentation.
• Use our budget calculator to juggle your priorities and to compare and calculate costs.
• Once you decide your budget stick to the budget.