Because every individual is different. And when you put two differing variables together, your results can never be the same no matter how controlled the environment. Because of that, logically speaking, every relationship you enter into will surely be different although you're still as you as you can be.
So those people who say that if you marry your first love, you miss out on a host of experiences... are they right to suggest that we shouldn't marry our first loves?
No. They're wrong.
Cos what those people don't know and don't tell you is that when you do marry your first love, you just miss out on experiencing the pain of a broken heart.
NOTE: This post was inspired by Advice From A Mom To Her Daughter: Life Lessons For My Baby Girl by Jaime Morrison Curtis. A definite must-read.