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The truth of the matter is that there is no right or wrong length of time to wait to get engaged. Some couples wait six years before making it official, while others date for just six months—it all depends on your unique circumstances. (Though, if you're one of those people who wants to put a number on it, one study showed that most couples decide to marry after about 2.8 years of being together.) Here, Amy Van Arsdale, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist in Washington, D.C., gives her cheat sheet on when to move forward and when to take a moment to reevaluate your relationship.
Eight Things the Best Man Can Do to Be Helpful on the Morning of the Wedding
As the groom's closest confidant, it's only natural that this role would be responsible for handling a few big-day tasks.
Can the Groom's Father Be His Best Man?
Do the Bridesmaids and Groomsmen Need to Sit Together During the Wedding Reception?
How to Ensure Your Best Man Stands Out on the Wedding Day
Do You Have to Attend All of Your Wedding-Related Events?
The Six Best Ways to Incorporate Grown Children Into Your Wedding