Once you two cohabit, make changes slowly so you both can adjust.
Building a midlife romance is more like planting a rose garden than a weekend project.
If you are recently widowed or divorced, you’re heart might be breaking as you ache to be in another relationship.
However, you really do want to wait at least a year to give yourself the space to grieve, heal your heart and get yourself emotionally ready to be with a new mature mate.
Oh, and you can know what those faults are and enter into a marriage with open eyes about who you're really marrying. Here are some things that I think should happen before you decide to get engaged, regardless of how long it's been:—You should say "I love you" to one another, and mean it.—You should meet close friends and family members.—You should experience some sort of conflict to see how you both react to stress.—You should disagree about something.—You should know your partner's core as a person.—You should discuss your ideas about money, gender roles, and where you want to live.—You should feel in your gut that you can trust this person.—You should both come first to one another.—You should be able to speak openly and feel respected at all times.—You should feel comfortable about your sexual compatibility and both feel satisfied.
And you can discuss your values, and goals, and hopes and dreams, and both have the intention to stick things out if you run into trouble (which, in my opinion, is what marriage is all about vs. That said, is a month too soon to decide to commit to someone for life? I tend to think that achieving all of those things usually takes six months (at the least).
Give yourselves some time to build the foundation for your lifetime of love together.They possess a much better idea of what they want and what they don’t want in a relationship.