What most couples want to know is how others continue to keep their flame lit in after marriage? Despite its numerous flaws and arguments, couples love to sing each other’s praises? Here are seven other things to make sure you cover before either of you gets down on one knee. Because who wants to take chances with the rest of her life?
Career goals: What do you each want to achieve in life — and how will it affect your bond with each other? Knowing what you each want to achieve and supporting those dreams is a critical foundation for any couple.
Spending and saving money: The most important aspect of life, check each other’s spending habits, savings strategy. Get it all out on the table early. But even if you have diverse spending and saving habits, it doesn’t mean your bond is hopeless. It is simply an acknowledgement of a fundamental difference in money attitudes.
Any ex: Sounds odd but you should confirm before it’s too late. If yes then how could he or she erase it from its life? Nobody likes a surprise ex later.
Stress level: How you each respond to stress. The majority of Bachelor/Bachelorette engagements fail is because they do not face real-world, anxiety-inducing, pressure cooker situations. Stress can be the ultimate saboteur in an association, and studies show that even happy matrimonies can end up in divorce. But if you know how you each handle life’s obstructions, you can deal with them effectively together.
Living habits: You don’t have to live together yet, but it’s a good idea to at least have an thought of what it will be like when you do.
Sexual chemistry: It sounds odd and is totally making anyone blush, but knowing how you connect on that level is pretty critical to relationship and marriage — success.
Household duties: Check your partners’ views on household duties. People are going to disagree about how to run the house, who will clean the bathroom, But those are the kinds of things that people can, if they work on their communication style, work through.”