Definitely Ask These Questions To Your Partner Before Marriage
By: Priyanka Sun, 22 Nov 2020 1:20 PM
No matter how much we become self-dependent, everyone has to take the decision of marriage. Some people get married with their choice and some people arrange. When you are going to arrange marriage, you have many questions about your future. Some people put such a flow of questions in the first meeting with a partner that he seems to be a bit uncomfortable and even then why the question is about marriage and not a job interview. Therefore it would be better that when you are going to get tied in the relationship with an unknown person, then meet them and ask some genuine questions. Let us tell you what questions you should ask in your first meeting with your partner -
# How is bonding with everyone in the family
Marriage is a bond between two families, not just two people, so the most important question to the partner should be, who is in the family and what is their bonding with everyone. Your most important responsibility is to maintain harmony with the family.
# What is your daily routine
You must ask your partner about his routine and also tell his routine. This question is one which will prove to be effective in keeping you in tune with your partner's routine.
# Can't compromise on what
Every person has some thing in which he does not want to compromise. Therefore, in the first meeting, make sure that there is such a thing on which they cannot compromise.
# What is their hobby
You must know about the hobby of your partner. Because this will make it easier to know about their likes and dislikes and you will not be inconvenienced in deciding their hobby in future.
# Do you have debt?
You need to have a good grasp of your future spouse’s financial situation before joining them in marriage. This ensures you don’t become saddled with surprise debt should something happen to your spouse.
# If I became a full-time professional, could you manage being a full-time parent?
If this is already your situation, reverse the roles. It’s good to know what your partner’s current views are on the possibility of a role reversal. This can give you insights into your partner’s attitudes about child rearing and professional goals. There is no right answer to this question, but its important for both parties to know where the other stands.