Before getting married, each and every person should have and has numerous relationships with other people. These relationships sometimes start during the end of primary school and they last all until people are engaged and then married. There is not any rule that says how many relationships a person should have before he, or she, gets married, but we would try to find the average number of relationships people get into before they get married. The number of relationships a person establishes during his, or her, lifetime are very different from person to person and they depend on various factors. Despite how strange it sounds, the number of relationships you may have had depends on the family and upbringing you have, if you come from a very conservative and religious family, you may end up marrying the first person you dated.
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Skip navigation! Story from Weddings. This story was originally published on July 19, Modern couples are rewriting the rulebook when it comes to weddings and marriage. We're spending less on more unique and interesting engagement rings and waiting until later in our lives than previous generations to tie the knot.