Marriage is a big step. For almost every human on the planet, marriage is something they just can’t run away from. Even if they delay it, they still have to get married. They might fall in love, the family might pressurize, or they might start to get lonely; there is just no way you can live without a life partner.
Although we have a family that loves us and we love them, we won’t always be together, and humans need family. They need someone with whom they can share all their vulnerabilities who will always be there no matter what. Even if you are an introvert, realistic, and an asexual, it doesn’t change the fact that humans are a social animal.
We need human contact to survive in this world. That’s why we keep working on making a new family once our parents or siblings are gone. Parents get old and near to death when we get young, and our siblings find other partners.
However, this doesn’t mean that you should make the commitment of a lifetime with anyone who is willing to accept you. You literally share every part of your life with your partner, including your bed.
It’s something you can just run away from without making a life-changing influence on involved people. That’s why you should be one hundred percent sure before you say I do. Here are some questions that you must get answers to before getting into wedlock.
Are you just getting married because you have to or is it something you want?
If this what you want, why do you want it. You have to ask yourself about what you are doing in this life and what you plan to do in the future.
This could actually put you into an existential crisis, but it’s to figure out these things before you get another life involved with yours. You must explore yourself and this world to find out what you want in life and how you would rather have it be.
Sparkous has shared an amazing article on this subject that will help you understand your purpose in life. Be sure to read and then do thorough brainstorming to get to a conclusion. Whether you want marriage or not will be your next question.
Although it’s not always the case, this fact depends on your culture. In most countries, you don’t just marry a person, but you get married to an entire family. You don’t tie knots with them, but they are also involved in your life.
The problems of the family of your spouse become your problems. You have to be involved with all their happiness and grieves. If you are a woman moving in with the family of your husband, they become your new parents and siblings.
If you don’t like them, it’ll create a lot of problems for you and them. That’s why you should look into the family just as much you learn about the man.
A wise man once said that you don’t live with a person but with his/her habits. If your partner has habits that you hate, you can’t spend your entire life with him/her. You two will have to share everything, and there is no way of getting a break.
You might be able to tolerate it in the beginning, but you can’t do that your entire life. It’s not just about sleeping or eating habits. You have to know what your partner likes and what his/her priorities are.
Different people view this world differently. We all have different definitions of good and bad. While most of us avoid discussing these things, it can cause deep regret later. Although minor differences of opinion don’t really matter, there are some things that you might not be able to digest easily.
For example, you would definitely not feel good if someone were to say that the holocaust was the right thing to do. Most people, jew or not, would be seriously offended.
You have to think about if you can live with someone who might be an extremist. If you are to marry such a person without even who he/she is, it won’t be his fault if life gets difficult along the way.
Do you want to be an astronaut or a homemaker?
Or maybe you want to start a business or travel the world.
Whatever your life goals might be, they must align with those of your partner’s. You don’t need to have the exact same goals, but there has to be an understanding before you make the promise of a lifetime and sign a contract in front of witnesses and register it in court.
You might be thinking about moving from one country to another to explore every culture and live an adventurous life while your partner just wants to settle in a comfortable home around the people he/she loves.
This is another important question that most of us assume will always be answered in the positive. Yes, most people on the planet want to have kids of their own, but you should discuss it with your partner. Research has shown that many millennials prefer not to have children.
Discuss if they want to have children of their own or adopt – that is if they want children at all. If yes, then how long before you will start trying. Also, discuss the possibility if you can’t give birth if you want kids of your own.
It’s not just the wedding expense. Many other expenses increase when you get married. If only one of you is going to work and the other will be a homemaker, then you must think if you can even afford that.
Likewise, you must also plan your finances before having any children. It’s not cheap to give birth and raise kids. Avoid taking these responsibilities if you are already living hand to mouth.
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