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I am against at early marriage because at very young age early marriage can destroy our lives and it gives us big responsibility and many problems. Responsibility has to be shouldered at a very young age. One has to take on household responsibilities, child rearing responsibility. There is no adult to guide or help out. Missing out on the fun of teenage life and being young. The hard of married life can get to you. They deprive you of your youth. Health also can get affected as early pregnancy can have a negative impact on overall health. Breakdown of marriage is possible. Often the young couple is immature to shoulder major responsibility and end up fighting with each other. Adjustment problems may arise. Education also gets affected. The young couple may not be able to pursue higher education as they have to take on the responsibilities of family budget. Work opportunities are limited for the youngsters. Since their education levels are low, they cannot get highly paid jobs. Bringing up children may be difficult. Their knowledge of child care may be limited and parental guidance is also not there. They may not be able to provide the appropriate care for their child. When your young your not yet mature, and haven't had the chance to live life, and at a young age, you haven't always finished school or secured a good job, your not financially ready and this causes many young marriages to end prematurely. At a young age, you really don't know what u want from life until your older. And you are not yet sure if the one you marry is really loves you or just marry you for a reason. At young age, you are not physically, mentally, and financially ready. You dont have enough money to satisfy the needs of your family. You are not yet sure if you are ready to be a mother or father, you are not yet ready to face the real world of being married. Responsibilities of being a wife…...

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