As you get older, there's more and more of a societal pressure to get pregnant — and when your friends start families of their own, there can be a peer pressure element as well.
But proposing is a huge decision—one that can shape the rest of your life—so why would 95 percent of women who presumably want to get married just wait around for it to happen?
But what makes someone who’s never wanted to get married suddenly (or not so suddenly) have a change of heart?
It's so difficult to figure out out what micro-cheating actually is and how it differs from regular ol' cheating.
And if a friend decides to take the leap with someone, what do you do if you feel that some of her partner’s choices are…questionable?
The actual age might vary depending on where you live, but once it starts, it's basically a domino effect. One friend gets married after another after another.
Although sometimes the one that got away can be a nothing more than a wistful memory, for other people it can become toxic — and even obsessive.
And of course, we’re ruining weddings. We’re getting married later and we’re not buying diamonds—can you imagine?
With a new dating app being announced on what feels like a daily basis, it's easy to think that everyone is swiping, chatting, and meeting through their phones these days.
But it's natural to wonder how and why cheating happens, especially because cheating can have such a destructive effect on a relationship.