Since I found TRP around 7 months ago I've internalised and accepted AWALT from personal experience, logic and experiences of others here.
Despite no longer having any interest in marriage or a unicorn I still really want to have children.
I'm 20 and am on the right path to having a successfully careers, I'm doing a STEM degree at a top university etc, I've been completely financially independent since I was 17 I have pretty much all aspects of my life sorted out.
I don't think it's good for the child to grow up in a broken household and I would want to see them 7/7 days of the week rather than settling for 5/7 or even worse and realistically I think marriage is what is best for the kids.
Obviously I'm in no rush to get married but I'm trying to plan out my future.
So back to the question, is it possible to have a long, happy marriage if you keep frame and choose a suitable partner?
And if so what are all the green flags which are a must have when it comes to preselection, how can you tell if they're lying about their N count?