Are You Ready To Say “I Do”?
Have you decided that you are ready to finally go a head and get married, settle down and perhaps have a family in the future? If so you are probably very happy right now and feel like nothing can come in the way of your happiness, right? Despite all of this someone around you may feel like you are rushing into this marriage a little too fast.
You should not let this cloud your joy but if you look at the average marriage today you will see that they do not last forever like a marriage is supposed to do. This is not to scare you but if your family or friends have some concerns they may have good reasons for it. If you have just gotten engaged and already have some worries and doubts about the whole thing then you are probably not ready for marriage yet.
The day you walk up the isle there should be no doubt in your mind that this is forever. Of course, nothing is ever written in stone but you need to realize that after the honeymoon is over you will encounter some miserable and hard times in your marriage and at times it will seem like the grass is greener on the other side of the fence. You may not believe it now but those times will come.
These are the times when you will find out how strong your love is and how devoted you are to each other. Each time you manage to get thru one of these times you will find that your love and marriage has grown stronger. It is also during episodes like this that a lot of marriages end and people go their separate ways. You do not want that to happen to you, do you?
A lot of couples, when they get engaged, decide to have pre-marriage counseling in order to learn what they can expect being married. This can be a very good idea for many couples before they head to the altar and some people do decide that they are not compatable enough to enter into marriage with each other. If nothing else at least they found out before saying, I do.
Marriage counseling can also be good when you are going thru hard times in your marriage, it can help both of you work out your problems and resentments you may have built up against your spouse. These are just a few words of advice and something to consider before getting married. Make sure this is the one you are willing to take both the good times and the bad.
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