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Falling in love is a heady feeling. Everything seems to be perfect, and this is the time many couples make a serious mistake. They jump into marriage. And then they realize what a big mistake they have made, sometimes just a few days later.
Examples of impulse marriages that usually lead to divorce can be seen in the marriage capital of the world – Las Vegas. People go to Vegas to have some fun, get married in the heat of the moment, and then end up making an appointment at a full-service law firm in Las Vegas, filing for an annulment or divorce.
Divorce rates are at their highest today, and steadily climbing because people don’t consider the implications of entering into a marriage. Here are a few things you should consider about marriage:
While a wedding should be fun, marriage itself is a serious undertaking. It’s a commitment that is supposed to last for the rest of your life. So, if you cannot see past your wedding, then you definitely should not get married.
Weddings are expensive affairs. But that’s not what will cost you. It’s what happens after the wedding that is more costly. If your marriage doesn’t work out, you could end up with a very expensive and painful divorce. When you get married on impulse, you usually don’t think about pre-nuptial agreements, which means that your assets are not protected and neither are you.
Marriage has traditionally been the joining of two families and two circles of friends. Many people now look at marriage as a joining of two people, and that is where they make their first mistake. People are a network of relationships, and you need to get to know those people that are relevant to your partner.
In the heady days of being in love, our partners look perfect. They can do nothing wrong. Which is why it is important that you spend some time getting to know them.
Everyone has habits that could be intolerable to another person. The question is, will you be able to live with those bad habits for the rest of your life? When you get married too quickly, you don’t get a chance to assess whether you will be able to tolerate your partner for the long term.
Marriage is hard work. It is not something that should be taken lightly. A divorce or separation is emotionally, financially, physically, psychologically, and spiritually painful, no matter how long the marriage has lasted.
There is no denying that there are a lot of couples who get married on impulse end up with healthy marriages.
However, they are not the norm – they are the exception. So, when you think about getting married, make sure it will be to the person you can imagine growing old with, through thick and thin.