Thinking about getting married? If so, has either researched each other? When buying a vehicle, most people conduct a thorough research and ask salespersons tough questions about the car. But strangely, those same people enter a marriage without asking their mate any tough questions at all. Many people tend to operate on a belief that everything will magically work out in the end. But one has to realize that life is not a fairy tale. Yet, these same people get married, and then reality sits in. Sadly, the result is nearly one of two marriages will end in divorce. The best way to ensure that a marriage will last and not end in divorce is to discuss major issues beforehand. Couples should talk about the below big three issues before setting a wedding date.
Although it may be hard to fathom, sometimes love is just not enough to keep a couple together. So often couples do not discuss their relationship; they are just a part of it. Too often individuals after a marriage has ended will share an issue that is an obvious deal breaker. When asked if it was discussed prior to getting married, the answer is often "no." Do not make this mistake. Never get married without knowing a future spouse's thoughts on the big three issues that can ruin a marriage. Compromising is usually not an option if a couple disagrees on these particular issues, which can be deal breakers.