How long is too long to be engaged? “You want to set a date within 18 months after getting engaged,” says Barton Goldsmith, PhD, author of Emotional Fitness for Intimacy. “Research shows that the likelihood that you’ll actually get married drops after that.” That said, Goldsmith says you shouldn’t rush a wedding either. He recommends you be engaged for a minimum of six months before you get hitched to give yourself time to get settled into the idea of happily ever after—and to make sure your guy doesn’t turn into a groomzilla.
Today in Crew's Court a couple is battling it out because her boyfriend gives massages to everyone...including other girls! He thinks that it's no big deal and she thinks it's embarrassing. Who's right and who's wrong?