4 Things Before Saying I Do


4 Things Before Saying I Do

You have been dating him for a long time. Soon you will enter a more serious level of relationship, but there are still lingering doubts. Is he

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You have been dating him for a long time. Soon you will enter a more serious level of relationship, but there are still lingering doubts. Is he really the right guy for you? What if it turns out he is not your soul mate? Here are four questions you should ask yourself to know for sure.

1. Do I really know his personality inside and out?

When it comes to marriage, what often comes to mind is a happy marriage all the time. Though marriage is a long commitment that requires consideration of previous relationships and important things that will happen after that.

Are you talking about what you both want from your future? Otherwise, task yourself with figuring out how you will handle real life problems that are real before you sign up for the long term.

2. Can I accept the shortcomings?

You may have successfully trained him not to put wet towels on the bed, but if he’s a homebody, it’s things probably won’t change. So can you compromise with it for the rest of your life? More importantly, do you want to?

Remember, the audition process shouldn’t last forever. If
You’ve been with your partner for over a year, you should know if
Your partnership is good enough to carry forward far into the future. Partners who still survive because of their features
dislike still exists, had to give up trying to make another pair
change. Remember that if they are not interested in hearing your concerns, that’s a problem. The most important quality for a relationship work is that both people are willing to work on themselves, to take feedback and consider the perspectives of others. Because if there is one party who does not want to improve, then you must be ready to accept its shortcomings.

3. Will my family be happy for him to propose?

The beginning of all romantic relationships involves neuro-chemicals that will shift after the relationship feels more permanent. You may feel addicted, even obsessed with your new guy, and this
feelings can last for more than a year.

Check your new guy with confidence. Family and friends are an important security check on your changes consideration. You may think it’s a personal decision whether to get married or not, but what your family and friend think is important to the couple to exist in the social network of both partners. Plus, other people can spot the red flags in a way that a couple in love might not see. If your best friend who always supports you tells you
that they question his intentions or that he never respects your feelings, that’s important information you need to listen to.

4. Are the vision and mission of your relationship the same?

Crazy love affairs are very romantic in the movies, but in real life you need to know who the two of you are as a couple. Beyond love, attraction, and mutual interest, you should have the same vision and mission as the basis of your relationship.

There has been an agreement you have as a couple that will allow you to protect each others go to the long future ahead. Attraction, general interests, and love can and will change over time, but agree on certain things like “we tell each other everything” will keep you bound. To know what deal you want, you have to know first yourself.

“The best relationships happen when two people operate
from a safe and mature place”. Divorce is less common in people who marry after the age of 28. The reason is that you tend not to change much as you get older. Once you know yourself, it’s time to align yourself with your partner.

Togetherness is one of the most important elements
for a happy relationship. Commitment, obligations and responsibilities are the essence of mutuality. Ask yourself if this person has the same values ​​as you. In reality, you can’t have
relationship with someone who is not.