Friday, September 6, 2013

The Marriage Rules

Too often people who love one another, don't really know each other. They marry and discover they are not at all compatible. Their likes and dislikes are at opposites sides of the spectrum. Eventually fights erupt, accusations fly and two people who once truly loved one another and could have remained friends for a lifetime are now at each others throats.

   That doesn't have to happen. In fact it can easily be avoided.


   Well, look at it this way. If you were going in for surgery wouldn't you want to make sure your doctor knew exactly what he was doing? If buying a house wouldn't you have it inspected by a certified contractor to make sure the foundation was sound and the building properly constructed? If retaining a lawyer wouldn't you check his credentials to make sure he was fully qualified to protect your interests?

   Of course you would. All of the above are life changing events. Yet every day, people, blinded by love, marry and discover all to late that they don't know the person they pledged to spend a lifetime with.

   So before you get in too deep why not find out who your future lifelong partner really is? 

   If he or she has personality traits or beliefs that you find offensive or are complete deal-breakers wouldn't it be better to know now rather than after your first child is born and you just settled into your new house?

   Marriage is a lot different now than it was during our parents time. There are a number of new issues our parents generation never had to deal with. One of the main reasons that half of all marriages fail is because we deluded ourselves into thinking our spouses possessed certain qualities that, upon taking a closer look, they clearly never had.

   Still marriage is a wonderful thing. It truly is if you've found the right person and they love you as much as you love them.

   Then again, it could be a nightmare if you've bound yourself to someone who has revealed themselves to be nothing like the person you thought they were.

   The Marriage Rules contains 100 questions future spouses should ask and answer before getting married. These questions are carefully formulated so that each partner can see how the other thinks, how they will react in certain situations and perhaps give them a glimpse of what their marriage will be like before tying the knot.

    Marriage should be a lifelong commitment so before pledging your undying love to someone, before having children with them, before vowing to love, honor and cherish them until death do you part, ask and answer the 100 questions with your future spouse.

    There are no tricks or psychological ah-ha! moments. The questions merely show how a person feels about everyday things. Some questions are as simple as: Do you want pets? Others dig deeper. For example: Has anyone in your family ever been convicted of a sex crime? Do you have a DWI/DUI on your record (This can affect your car insurance premiums) Have you ever been married before? Had children outside of marriage? (in some states your salary can be considered an addition to your spouses income and used to increase child support payments) How do you feel about people of other colors or religions? And many others that reveal various sides to a person's personality that usually don't surface until months and sometimes years after marrying.
   So download your copy today for yourself or lend it to a friend who's about to be married. Because its always a good idea to know if the two people getting married are marrying the right person
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