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Friday, October 14, 2011

Things to Discuss Before Getting Married 

No one should enter marriage lightly, since it's such a huge decision. There are certainly plenty of things that couples need to discuss before they walk down the aisle. It's best that you continue reading if you want to learn about a few of these things.

One of the first things to discuss before getting married relates to money. Many marriages have ended in divorce due to money issues. After you get married, you will need to decide whether to pool your money together into one account, or keep separate accounts open. Don't make your partner be responsible for paying all the bills every month though.

Before you get married, it's also important to discuss having children. Many end up wanting children, however, there are some that don't see that in their future. Some people have mistakenly believed that they could change their partner's mind after getting married.

People on the outside of your marriage can cause problems too. Parental visits can change the nature of the household. It may be in your best interests to talk to everyone and let them know when are good times to stop by or call the home.

Married couples will also have to come up with a schedule for the holidays. It's not uncommon for people of different backgrounds to have different traditions. Most people travel to their parents home for the holidays. You may want to take turns every year in order to reach a compromise.

One of the biggest issues with marriage is sex. If there are any sexual issues, it's important that you take care of them before getting married. This includes things such as frequency of sex, pornography, and masturbation.

Married people also have to deal with cheating. There have been quite a few marriages that have ended in divorce. You can avoid this problem by having an open marriage, but it's certainly not for everyone. It's important that you and your spouse discuss this for yourselves.

Your home will need lots of chores completed. You and your future spouse will need to discuss who is responsible for what chores around the home. If one person does everything, they'll quickly start building resentment.

All couples need to discuss some of these things before they get married. To ensure that things go smoothly in the future, make sure you resolve all issues before you walk down the aisle. Doc No. 34Sdlhgsdl -sds

Kristie Brown writes on a variety of topics from health to technology. Check out her websites on how to stop a divorce and save my marriage

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