Many people believe that deciding who to marry is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. Everyone believes that the person they marry is the true embodiment of Prince Charming, but the truth is that everyone has both positive and negative traits and you have to decide which traits to keep. However, there are some features that should immediately trigger a red signal. Boys who exhibit these questionable personality traits should be avoided at all costs if you want your marriage to have the best chance of survival.
We are bombarded with so much media these days that we fall into the belief that sex is the only thing a marriage needs. Okay, let me pop your bubble: this is a completely wrong guess. Love takes on a huge responsibility, and in this beautiful marriage, love is just one of many things that must develop for the union to succeed. Another factor that contributes to a good marriage is compatibility, which in this context is almost as important as love. The ability to be compatible is the trait that allows most marriages to continue.
You want your partner to be someone who can support you, not someone who is different from you. Apart from harmony, there are several other factors that must be present in order for a marriage to be successful. Instead of telling you these things today, I'm going to tell you about a few features that you should avoid altogether. Dear Sir or Madam, To prevent someone with the following 5 characteristics from marrying you, please avoid marrying a man for marriage:
First, he doesn't respect you or your personal boundaries.
Boundaries are very important in any relationship, but especially in marriage. You should be able to set good boundaries early in the relationship because those boundaries can easily become blurred over time. Just putting a ring on your finger won't change this. If your spouse doesn't adhere to the boundaries you've set - which you or both agreed to - prior to your marriage, you should not get married.
2. He never regrets. Nobody is perfect and everyone makes mistakes at some point in their life. On the other hand, if you find that you're the only one in your relationship who has ever apologized for something, take some time to think about why. Have you ever been under the impression that you are constantly at fault with your partner? Or is he simply unable to take responsibility for his actions? He may not know he made a mistake. You shouldn't keep track of who apologizes the most, but in a good relationship there should be a fairly even distribution of guilt between partners. It shows maturity, self-respect, and an understanding of the impact your actions have on your relationship.
3. Don't marry a man who has no plans for the future.
During my school days there were abbreviations that were widely used. The abbreviation is NFA. NFA stands for ambition without a future. It was used to distinguish between serious students and courageous members of the general public. We serious students have received a lot of attention and are very much appreciated. Just like liking the most extreme and ambitious students of my generation, there is definitely a preference for boys who are driven by ambition when choosing a husband. What motivates a person is their ambition. The burning desire is to be successful, to be better than before and never to return to this dire situation. If the man you are going to marry has no ambition at all, I would encourage you to reconsider getting married.
4. Don't marry a lazy man.
While laziness is recognized as a stand-alone term, it never looks like fun. If the person you are going to marry is lazy, then you need to reconsider your decision. Don't marry a guy who spends all day indoors without doing anything productive for himself. Don't marry a guy who likes to play all his money or watch football games all day. I hope you are careful.
5. Not paying attention.
It's important to marry a man who will respect your point of view and who will allow you to express your feelings, worries, triumphs, and interests without being censored. While it won't suppress your voice, it's best to let it go if it doesn't show genuine interest in you or your life. Being in a relationship with someone who never listens to what you have to say can be very damaging to your emotional and mental health. This shows that he's not interested in you and your relationship or isn't willing to put in the effort needed to be successful.
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