Before Saying 'I Do', Take Out Time to Know These Things You'd Have to Do

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Before Saying 'I Do', Take Out Time to Know These Things You'd Have to Do
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"Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years." Simone Signoret

Every now and then we hear people getting married, and also people breaking up or getting divorced. And there are a set of reasons for these, for these things do not happen overnight. Sometimes, we get so overwhelmed and drowned in love that we intentionally overlook some of the greatly looming problems.

All of us need to bear in our minds that the magic is not in getting married but in staying married. While a lot of us get lured with the bait of a wedding, we must set the grip in our shoes and not be carried away with the butterflies and the glitz and glam.

To help you sort out the things, here we enlist some aspects to be borne in mind.

There may be some unresolved problems but you yourself want to overlook them. 

There may be some unresolved problems but you yourself want to overlook them. 

Thanks to those feels of love that are dangerously attracting, making us blind a lot of times. Caution, peeps. If the problems and issues are large enough and bother you every single day, you need to think about proceeding with the person.  

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Trust your instincts before you trust someone else.

Trust your instincts before you trust someone else.

It is not something that is built overnight, but surely something that can be shattered overnight, maybe with a single act. So, trust your instincts before you trust someone else. It surely knows who you are, what you want and does indicate largely what the other person desires from you. Give vent to your instincts. 

Beware of pretension with dating. 

Beware of pretension with dating. 

The act of luring into love, by stumping people with all the splurging and show-off, tends to fade away after marriage. A bitter truth, but yes, do not jump into a bond, being under a rock of the pomp and fervour!

Have a career before you have marriage on your cards.

Have a career before you have marriage on your cards.

Taking different routes after getting married is a relatively tuff task. Be honest with yourself and bear in mind that a marriage does not mean the end of your career. But, life becomes relatively easier if you have things decided beforehand. 

Do not fall prey to the unnecessary pressures.

Do not fall prey to the unnecessary pressures.

From age to family expectations to the societal pressures, there are certain things that push us into taking this decision. But, keep this in mind this may turn out detrimental to you.

If fighting for attention is a problem, it will surely not fade away after the wedding. 

If fighting for attention is a problem, it will surely not fade away after the wedding. 

This is an alarm to get to terms with your importance and worth before tying the knot. Do not be mistaken that you will be awarded the attention after the wedding day.  

Don't overlook their little habits that get on your nerves.  

Don't overlook their little habits that get on your nerves.  

Thinking that you will be able to change them after you two are together post-wedding, then you are simply playing with your future with clear chances of losing. If you find something annoying about them, better is to talk about it, NOW, before it is just too late.  

A marriage is a permanent aspect that must not have a temporary person in it. 

A marriage is a permanent aspect that must not have a temporary person in it. 

All said and done; it is your heart which knows what and who is right, just don't let its voice get drowned in the noise of the world and your desires and expectations.

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