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Should we postpone our wedding until we have a house?

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Question - (31 December 2014) 1 Answers - (Newest, 4 September 2015)
A female Singapore age 30-35, *cegal writes:

Hi,

I have applied for a house with my boyfriend which is supposed to be completed in 2018. However, since we are both 30 this year, we thought of the idea of getting married first and living separately until our house comes. Another option is to stay over at each others house over the weekends. However I heard that it is not good to stay apart after marriage even though we still stay over during weekends . While we would like avoid moving into each others' house as there will bound to be conflicts or differences in habits with the in laws.I was thinking if it is better being the weekend couple or postponing the wedding to nearer the house completion date . Married couples please advise.

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A male reader, Denizen United Kingdom + , writes (4 September 2015):

Denizen agony auntThe idea of marrying and immediately living apart seems ridiculous to me. Why don't you make do with a bedsit, or a small flat until the house is ready?

And while living with inlaws may not be ideal, it's not forever. Plenty of others have managed.

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