Going to the aisle is a step you must think carefully. Marriage is the only thing you will do once in a lifetime and can only be separated by death. Before you make this big decision with the “emotion” of the soul, try to answer these 11 questions from Wedding Pictures blog. If you can answer it, then you are ready to the aisle!
Ask Your Self These 7 Questions Before You Decided to Get Married
1. Are you happy in this relationship?
This is the most basic and easy answer. If you answered “Yes” then he is worth thinking about to be your life companion for life. Conversely, if your answer is no, is it clear, if he is not The One?
2. Have you ever felt trapped with him?
If you have ever – often even – felt restrained while with him, maybe you need to think about whether your relationship is worth continuing to a deeper level. Remember, you will be with him every day for the rest of your life. If when the courtship was felt trapped, especially when married later?
3. Can you do everything together and have fun?
Finding a different partner is indeed interesting, but if it is too different until you “do not connect” with each other, certainly not really good, dong! For long-lasting relationships, of course you need to find activities together and you both like. If not there? Hmm … maybe over time you get bored with it.
4. Does this relationship have a balanced weight?
Weight balanced here is you both equally love each other and understand. Of course, surely one of you is “more” but at least two to five percent differ. If one is too loving, and one is ignorant, of course over time you will be a lot of noisy.
5. Do you trust him?
If you just do not really trust him, then why do you continue to the next level?
6. Is he really a life partner, or just someone who acts as your “nanny”?
There are couples who act as caregivers rather than colleagues. The “nanny” here he is too resigned and always follow what you want. In life, we need a partner who can be brainstorming and discussing together. If he just let go, you’ll be bored for a long time.