6 Habits To Watch Out For When Considering Who To Marry

6 Habits To Watch Out For When Considering Who To Marry

When it comes to marriage, finding the right person to settle down with can be a little bit challenging.
If you hook up with the right person, then you’re bound to enjoy peace, joy and tranquility in all areas. But if I you are not lucky and you happen to hookup up with the wrong person then you bound to face challenges and regrets. It is therefore crucial for one to be careful when finding a life partner.
Here are the list of 6 habits to watch out for when considering who to marry.

1. Stay Away From Someone Who Is Narrow-minded
If you are someone who is open-minded, then it’s very important you find a partner who is also open-minded. Open-minded people in a romantic partnership can support each other in expanding their horizons together.

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2. Avoid People Who Treat Animals Without Respect
There’s an unfortunate tendency amongst many people to treat animals with disrespect. It comes from a belief that humans are superior to other living species. Respect and compassion for all living species is an attribute to look for in people. Someone who is kind to animals is usually kind to people.

3. Stay Away From People Who Don’t Value Relationships
If you find yourself madly in love with a partner who has cheated on previous partners, reconsider your options here. People who don’t follow the rules of a relationship are unlikely to change – although it does happen.

4. Don’t Marry Someone Who Breaks Promises
Whether they “forget” to get the oil changed in the car or they don’t show up for a dinner reservation, someone who can’t keep it together long enough to keep a promise to you is not worth your time or life’s investment.
Find someone who does what they say they will do.

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5. Stay Away From Dishonest People
If you catch your potential spouse lying to you, reconsider the relationship. Of course, the severity of the lie can come into play, but it’s hard to ignore the fact that one lie leads to another.

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6. Stay away from people who can’t save money
Another important aspect you should watch out for is in the area of money. If such an individual doesn’t know how to manage his or her money then it is likely not the kind of person that you’re looking for. Marry someone who have a saving culture. That is, putting some money aside to handle any emergency that may arise at any time.

14 thoughts on “6 Habits To Watch Out For When Considering Who To Marry

  1. Everyone are born with faults
    The above mentioned are present in everyone of us ,it’s just about the presentation of ourselves infront of others. No one could be honest throughout their life ,so we gotta stay out from people who have these or exhibit these characters at most of the time

  2. #3 looks like an absent minded person. It is incredible what some people will forget on occasion. Simple syntax like the time of day can send some people to a whole other world scenario, even air temperature like a hot day can rub out important notations from their game plan. Its important to keep talking to #1 on your phone in order to keep things straight.

  3. It is unrealistic to expect to find a perfect SO. Aside from staying alone, unless you marry your first cousin or next door neighbor, how can being in a relationship keep peace, joy, and tranquility in balance without an argument? Like my dad used to always say whenever there are two people, there will always be an argument.

  4. after 47 years with my wife together we were okay but with our 5 children we raised a dysfunctional toxic family life – I knew not to get between my wife and our children I always came off second best. after a number of metal episodes, I walked out 3 months ago – things are not working well and I know again wish to have an end to my life – I have no one and no sense of desire to continue to live.

    1. I understand how you feel and the psychological trauma that you must have passed through. But there is no justifiable reason to take one’s life. The best advice that I can give you right now is to go back to God and he will restore you in all ramifications.

    2. What marriage got to do with your living or dying. Your life is vey very presious. If you disrespect life do you no think life will disrespect you and if you commit suicide, you will never be born as a human but only animals,birds,fish,ants etc.

  5. It took me four wives to get all six of them. I have been “single” for 15 years and have never been happier I doubt I will do it again – life is just too good the way it is.

  6. totally agree, NO MARRIAGE AGAIN EVER! I’m very content with myself & my family. Sorry guys I have a” bad picker”. I always pick the rotten ones.

  7. In my rather long life (I’m 87) I have come in contact with VERY FEW happy and successful marriages, There are those in which both partners are “content,” (whatever that means ) some, in it for the money (quite a few), some resigned and don’t want the hassle of dating again, (most, I think), and quite a few in which one or both are “defeated!” As much as I try, I can’t get beyond 5 really happy marriages! I’m not sure how “marriage” started, but I”m sure it had something to do with a religion or a government who saw a chance to make some money out of it. IT’S ALWAYS ABOUT THE MONEY ISN’T IT!!! As a two time loser myself and now having been single for about 36 years , I”ll be the FIRST to acknowledge the need for males and females to have a need for companionship (either hetero or homo). And being a hetero myself, I PREFER feminine/masculine combo. But not a “live-in” relatlionship. I’m a firm believer that if one needs a live-in relationship…..KEEP YOUR SLEEPING BAG ROLLED UP BEHIND THE COUCH! I’ve heard that since the COVID-19 quarantine started, the divorce rate has incresed a rather shocking percentage. No surprise here!

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