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Monday, October 20, 2014

Thought for the day: how do you know you're marrying the right person?

Marriage is a big step. It may or may not be a step in the right direction but it's a step nonetheless.
Question is; how do you know you're marrying the right person?

Getting married isn't like saying yes to a date.

It's saying yes to committing to one person, sharing a bed with them everyday, starting a family with them, starting a life with them, sharing a surname with them. If you marry the wrong person, yes you could always get a divorce but you've still altered your life and yourself in a major way. If you have children this is even more so.

There's no sure way to tell whether or not you're marrying the right person.

Truth is only time will tell. Maybe you'll look back and say "that was the biggest mistake of my life", "what on earth was I thinking" or "I wish I'd never married him/her" or maybe you'll be lucky enough to look at him/her every morning for the next 50 to 70 years and say "wow I really got lucky with him / her - the best decision I ever made". We all hope for the latter. What we get though only the Lord knows. If you do pick the wrong partner know that even though things will never be able to go back to the way they were before you said "I do" at least you can still save yourself from a life of misery. It's never too late to get out whether you have children or not.

If you're lucky enough to have married the right person, appreciate them, value them and make sure they know how much you love them - the last thing you need is to loose the 1 you were lucky enough to catch.
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