5 Types of People you should Never Marry
Marriage indeed is the most important decision of your life. Even more important than choosing a career. Well, we aren’t exaggerating, and you would know this once you get married. Marriage, as the quotes glorify, is a constant state of bliss.
Well, there is nothing like consistent bliss and secondly, the bliss would be part of your life only when you marry someone right. Yes, more important than marriage is the decision of choosing someone right.
And while you can find hundreds of guides telling you whom to marry, let me help you clarify what kind of person to not marry. Here are 5 types of people you should reconsider marrying.
1. The possessive ones.
Now, we understand that love can sometimes make you possessive and all. But hey, never marry someone who cannot hold the sight of you even talking to someone else. Possessiveness is great to an extent, but when it becomes an obsession, your life is bound to hell. Marriage won’t be a blissful ride, and you would end up hating the very constitution of marriage.
Trust is very important and if the person cannot place their trust in you, you simply cannot marry them.
2. Keeping to themselves.
Marriage is not completely dependent on others. But hey, you need to gather the ability to open your vulnerable and most natural side to your partner. If someone faces difficulty opening up, it's okay. But what is not okay is keeping things to themselves even when your relationship reaches a level of optimum comfort.
Some people are simply best at keeping things to themselves. And while this may sound okay, it affects a delicate relationship like marriage in a long run. At least the kind of healthy marriage we are talking about.
3. The no-goal persona.
It’s great to have someone who would go to extreme lengths just for you. But marriage loses its very meaning when the partner loses their identity. Absolutely stay away from those people whose entire life is dependent on that very relationship. This is because marriage would be affected at a later stage when you would be busy running errands, and they would feel neglected. You see, you cannot complete the other person.
You can just stand by them, even when it's an intimate relationship like marriage.
4. Way too independent.
Don’t misunderstand us. What we are trying to say is the kind of person who is complete in themselves. The ones who don’t entertain the presence of anyone else in their life. Marriage is intimate and if the other person doesn’t feel the need to stay in one with you, then marriage is simply not going to work for you.
Both partners need to remain independent of each other but hey there should be an urge, a need to satisfy each other. Only then the marriage can sustain.
5. Dependent kinds.
Never marry the dependent kinds. You need to understand that you cannot undertake the load of keeping someone else happy for an entire life. Happiness is an individual journey and if the person is attaching their happiness merely to you, you need to take a step back.
We understand marriage is all about nurturing and uplifting each other, but hey, you cannot carry the burden of someone who doesn’t wish to take a step on their own.
These points may seem too vague, but all we are trying to say is, choose your partner wisely. Don’t sway yourself at the moment and make a decision you may end regretting for a lifetime.
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