19 Questions To Ask Yourself Before Getting Married
Updated: Feb 15
Today’s topic is very important for everyone, we are going to take a big decision about the wedding in their life. How will you know if your partner is good for you if you exactly don’t know about yourself?
It doesn’t matter that you are together for many years or you are just starting to see each other and you are not sure if you should stay the course.
No matter what is the situation, take a check-in is never a bad thing. Go through these 19 tough questions that you should definitely ask yourself before preceding the wedding.
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1. Is for better or worse making me better or worse?
Ask this question to yourself that your partner cheer up to be your best self, or does he or she get frightened by any victory and feel safer when you’re not putting your best foot forward?
2. Do we really accept one another?
There are so many things that you want to change about the people in your life, but it is rare that anyone should be in a situation where they feel they aren’t permitted to be authentic and accepted as the different, unique person they are.
3. Who am I?
How can understand that your partner is perfect for you or not if you have no idea who are you?
4. Am I happy to be in this relationship?
If you search for someone with whom you can share your happiness, sadness then you got a really special one. But if you don’t meet someone as like then what. But let’s face it: this is true being unhappy at home can seep into other areas of your life and very fast. Normally you fight with each other and may not like your company with each other. Doesn’t mean you have to the surety of everything. But knot with someone special in the hope that it changes things is a bad, bad idea.
5. Am I feeling trapped?
Really you want to be in this relationship the most of the time or do you search yourself wishing for a way out? Do you stay because you’ve invested time or are you really invested in your mate?
6. What am I doing to hold us back?
This is another point you should focus on. You may be more focused, more pensive, quicker to let things go, or the first to raise proceed to counsel. Whatever that is, I would like to suggest you take this as a sign to step up.