5 signs you are ready for marriage

Marriage is one of the biggest commitments in life. So let's take a look at these 5 obvious signs and find out whether you are ready for that huge commitment.

Are you ready for that huge commitment?
Are you ready for that huge commitment?
07 Sep 2016

Are you ready for that huge commitment?

Marriage is one of the biggest commitments in life. One may get indulged in the romantic idea of a wedding day, but don’t let it fool you into making a careless decision. Before rushing into marriage too quickly, let’s take a look at these 5 signs and find out whether you are ready for that huge commitment.

You look forward beyond the wedding day
You look forward beyond the wedding day
07 Sep 2016

You look forward beyond the wedding day

When discussing about your upcoming wedding with your friends and family, you are not only excited about the wedding planning, but also the fact that you’re going to spend the rest of your life with your partner for the good and the bad. 

You can communicate about everything comfortably
You can communicate about everything comfortably
07 Sep 2016

You can communicate about everything comfortably

Yes, everything. You should be able to discuss, compromise, or even reveal your secrets to your partner. There are aspects you must have already shared about each other’s visions about marriage, such as financial issues, family planning, and even sexual desires. 

You don’t want to change your partner
You don’t want to change your partner
07 Sep 2016

You don’t want to change your partner

When you realise that marriage isn’t an excuse for your partner or you to change because it can’t fix your relationship issues, then you are most likely ready to take your relationship to the next level. 

You’re not okay with the idea of divorce
You’re not okay with the idea of divorce
07 Sep 2016

You’re not okay with the idea of divorce

If you are getting married because you think the idea of getting a divorce as a small deal, it simply indicates how you are not ready for marriage. Instead, you should feel how unhappy you are without your partner.

Your family likes your partner, and vice versa
Your family likes your partner, and vice versa
07 Sep 2016

Your family likes your partner, and vice versa

Lastly, once you are ready to commit for the rest of your life, you need to make sure your family approves the decision. After all, your family will be the one who supports you for the rest of your life as well, and it will be a rough road ahead if your partner is disliked by them.

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