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Pros and cons of dating in high school

– Bono and Ali Hewson started their romantic journey at 15 and followed it all the way into marriage! The pros and cons of marrying your high school sweetheart When it comes to marrying your high school sweetheart, you’ve probably heard strong opinions on both sides of the fence.

[Read: 14 signs you’re getting too comfortable with each other] #6 Your anniversaries seem way more awesome.

If you shacked up when you were 15 and you’re now 31, you’ve already been together for 16 years! You’ve officially been together longer than you’ve been apart, and you haven’t even hit anywhere close to your 50th birthday!

[Read: 30 naughty questions for couples to keep the spark alive] #2 You don’t always evolve together.

Being together since your teens may lead to a long relationship, but that doesn’t always mean that you’re evolving together every step of the way.

#1 A 2011 Pew Research Center study states that the age of the average U. bride and groom these days is 26 for women and 29 for men.

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That being said, after you’ve already been together for 10 years, there may be a sense of guilt associated with leaving your life partner.

You may even feel forced to stay in your relationship because of all that you’ve been through together.

For better or worse, we’re looking at celebrities who married their high school sweethearts, along with statistics, pros and cons, and all that good stuff you’ll need to know when considering turning your high school flame into your lifetime partner.

The lowdown on marrying your high school crush Before we get into those sumptuous pros and cons, here are 5 quick facts about marriage, divorce, celebrities, and young love.

While many brave teens may have popped the question before graduation, the new trend these days seems to be adults reconnecting with their high school exes over social media and tying the knot!