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In the Middle East many years ago people used to get married at an early age For example the husband used to get married at the age of sixteen and the wife used to get married at the age of thirteen this custom is not used a lot nowadays as families used to do in the past Although some people still get married at an early age I think early marriage is harmful for husband and wife Some people still think that getting married at an early age is better for several reasons Their first reason its a tradition and they have to follow their traditions so they get married at an early age and it has been successful for many years The second reason chastity which let them marry their children of to preserve their children from going astray that is against their cultures rules The third reason they believe that getting married at an early age can make their children learn how to be responsible However these reasons are not very valid as for the first reason because time is different and there are many traditions that have been changed because children started to think on a different way Regarding the second reason that is not very valid because these days girls and boys are more aware than the past For the third reason kids nowadays can learn how to be responsible without getting married because of the new ways that can teach children how to be responsibleIn my opinion getting married at an early age is harmful because of several reasons The first reason is that kids at the age of sixteen are not immature enough for getting married and they have to be leaded by someone the second reason children at this age have no jobs opportunities because they have to have time to get educated The last reason children
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