Preventing Divorce as a Couple-The Key Questions to Ask Before You Tie the Knot
When looking for the love of your life, the person you will be tying the knot with for the rest of your life’s journey, the one thing that we never care about and never think of is that of the possibility of divorce. But just as it is, divorce is just but a sure part for some relationships. But it is to be noted that this mere fact that divorce happens to so many out there as a reality, this doesn’t necessarily mean you have to find yourself as a couple in the same trap anyway.
Even though life and its issues cannot be prevented from happening to any couple, fact is that they are indeed capable of working as hard as they can to ensure that they are having such a strong and steadfast relationship that will withstand all the tests that life can throw their way. Before finally saying “I do” on the altar on the D-day, it would be advisable that you work on these issues way beforehand so as to be sure that you will be settling down in a solid relationship that will be able to withstand the tides of time and life going forward.
There are quite a number of issues that are often assumed or at best glossed over by so many. To avoid the pain and disappointment that comes with divorce, you should ensure that you don’t gloss over such issues and ask the right questions before you are finally walked down the aisle to say the last vows to lifetime commitment. Hereunder is a look at some of the most important questions you should ask your partner to help you gauge your level of compatibility even as you seek to move on and get into such a stable relationship that will not be as prone to an end in divorce.
Your partner’s financial goals and how the two of you can pool resources together to achieve them is one of the areas that you should talk about and iron out as early as is possible before you take the final leap. As a matter of fact, money happens to be the number one cause of stress in many relationships and as such, you should ensure that you have ventilated as much about this as early as is possible as a couple.
The other question that you should ask is that of children and the need for the same.