I was 22 when I registered I don’t regret it thoughLoose wrote:Having turned 30 this year, I still think that‘s a thing I might consider when I‘m 45 or 50.MusicRecords wrote:Idk how it is where you live, but in NYC it gave us good flexibility. We registered at the city hall (which was awkward cause there were a bunch of young couples, straight and gay, actually marrying just to get it over with )Loose wrote:I refused registered partnership due to the fact that I think I‘m too young for that still.
But the flexible parts comes in that you get many of the “benefits” that come with marriage, however it’s especially better for younger people because it’s not as serious as a marriage...and if there’s ever a problem, all it takes is one of us to simply go and deregister us (not both like it would be in a marriage divorce) and done
Is marriage still a thing though? As a very non-religious person I haven’t considered it neither.
But yeah u should do what makes u think is right