Getting married is a life-changing decision. Unlike breakups, divorces are not a walk in the park; it suddenly happens. It involves not only emotional stress but also financial and legal strains. Oops, I hope I didn’t already scare you about making this decision with the right or wrong person. With that being said, there are feel-good stories of people meeting, falling in love, and then suddenly getting married and being happier ever after.
And there are stories of lust and marriage, and then it’s over in 6 months to a couple of years. Something like Hollywood tales. So, it is always best to make sure you are marrying the right person because one thing about marriage it’s that there’s this cult saying that surrounds this decision, “For better and for worse.” Do people take this saying seriously, or it’s just a saying these days without meaning? So, with further ado, here are 3 Types Of Partners You Want to Avoid If You Want To Get Married.
- Avoid Liars: If you just started talking to someone and they are not consistent from the jump and is not about truth-telling, it’s a red flag. If you notice that your partner always lies about the littlest of things, then you should think twice before making this life-changing decision. You don’t want to be in a marriage without trust because the small lies a person tells could lead to even bigger ones. Many people lie because they don’t want to disappoint the closest people to them. Marriages only last when your partner is open and can tell you anything, even when it hurts.
Feeling emotions and letting them out regardless of one’s gender makes us humans. And robots have no feelings. Liars usually have a false sense of self, which lures attention. The desire to create a false sense of self for attention could indicate that trust would be hard to maneuver once you are married to this person. So, to save yourself the trouble before saying, “Yes, I do,” cutting it off would be the right thing to do to save you the headaches down the road because if someone loves you, they become your pillar, and lies would never be part of the equation and truths would always lead…