Marriage is a life changing thing! Once you tie a knot, you no longer have the freedom to take any decision solely, you have to think about your life partner and in-laws before taking any decision. Compare your marriage life with your bachelor life, you may find changes but with the passage of time, you start accepting them and a get used to the changes. Amid this wedding season, are you planning to get married? There's a ton of things you need to discuss with your potential 'life-partner' before actually tying the knot.
Here's a look at some of the crucial topics to discuss with your partner before you take that major life-changing step.
Talk about the finances clearly!Well, talking about the finances can be a little awkward as it is not easy to ask anyone about their financial status. Also, it is extremely important for you to know about your partner's financial situation before getting married.
In the bottom-line, you have to ask everything from debts to loans.
Family planning is an important aspect, you need to discuss!Family planning is another major topic to discuss, especially if your would-be partner is keen on having children and you are not. If both of you do want to have babies then also you need to plan your future kids.
There are many people who don't want to have kids, and that's perfectly okay. In fact, few couples have medical problems, for instance, there are also cases in which the couple isn't able to conceive and still wants kids.
So, basically you need to discuss how you plan to raise your future children.
Discuss about your disagreements before marriageYour surroundings will always affect your life. It is important to plan and decorate a dream home together taking care of everyone's need. Even if you are sharing space with your in-laws, one need to create the perfect ambiance to weave perfect relations.
As per a recent survey conducted by shaadi.com--3,952 single men participated in the survey, out of which 54.3 per cent said that they would like to stay with their parent's post marriage. On the other hand, when 4,617 women were asked for their preferences, 64.1 per cent said they would wish to live only with their husbands.