I fully agree with what Xel said, "Personally, I'd rather marry young and struggle then wait and get 'stable'."
*smiles* My family, bless their hearts, are kind of freaking out because I have a boyfriend. I'm the oldest of all the grandchildren, and they've had a hard time accepting any step I take into the adult world. (Getting my driver's license, going off to school, my first road trip alone etc.) Some of them still insist on suggesting I sit at the children's table with the 6 year olds at family gatherings! So needless to say, a young man comes into my life and I talk about going out of state for college and they find every reason in the book to ask me to stay here and not get married young.
Most of them got married young- I think the ones who got married latest in life were an aunt and uncle who met in Grad school. I've been warned repeatedly that it'll be hard, that finances will be tight. I know that- I've told people that myself when they were considering marrying young. But at the same time... I can see myself marrying this guy. We're great for one another spiritually, we share the same interests, he has a great job and is working on his masters, he fully supports me getting my degree (and by fully supports- I mean, cares about it more than I do most days.) We're willing to wait to get engaged and married until we've spent significantly more time together and I'm further along in my degree. But we definatly believe that, with God's help and alot of love, a young couple can make marriage work.