Should I get married?
How long have you been dating your partner?
Almost a year.
Less than 6 months.
After getting married, suppose your partner's parents decided to move in with you, would you accept that?
Sure, after all his/her parents are your parents.
You'd have to mark out clear lines of territory before they move in.
Never. That was never a part of the deal.
What would your first reaction be if you got to know that your best friend was getting married?
You'd be extremely happy for him/her and start dreaming about your own marriage.
You'd be very anxious and start thinking about how you will help your friend in the wedding prep.
You'd feel sad for your friend. One more bachelor/bachelorette has lost freedom!
Are you or your partner in too much debt?
Your partner did borrow money but almost all of it has been repaid.
Yes, you or your partner have a lot of debt and are struggling to repay it.
Have you and your partner talked about what your future life together will look like?
Yes, you both spend hours daydreaming about your future together. In fact, you've even thought about what color your bedroom walls will be.
You have thought about these things but haven't discussed them with your partner yet.
No, that seems too farfetched in your life to discuss right now.
According to you, a family of four is just fine - you, your partner and your two kids. What are your partner's thoughts about the same?
He/she thinks exactly the same way.
You've never really spoken about this topic since you've been in your relationship.
Family? You haven't even reached marriage yet!
Would you ever consider signing a pre-nuptial with your partner before getting married?
Never. Pre-nups come with conditions and that's not the foundation of marriage.
You have toyed about the idea but haven't reached a conclusion.
Sure you would. Imagine the hassle it would save you if you got divorced later.
If your partner proposed to you tomorrow in the most unexpected of situations, would you accept?
Of course, you have been waiting for this moment since a long time.
You don't know. You'd be very overwhelmed.
No, you'd never take a rushed decision on such an important matter in your life.
How do you generally like to spend your weekends?
Being with your partner, gardening, spring cleaning and helping your cousin babysit her kids.
Going out with your partner and lying in bed all day.
Waking up in the noon, watching movies back to back and cooling off in the pool.
Should I get married?
You should get married.
You are in the perfect stage of life to get married. You have a responsible and mature attitude towards marriage and are ready to give the kind of commitment that marriage requires.
You could think about getting married.
You definitely have all the traits of someone who is in the right frame of mind to get married. But sometimes, you have second thoughts. Give yourself some more time before you decide to get married.
You shouldn't get married.
You have not reached a stage in life where you can be responsible enough to get married. You still need to be more mature and understand the gravity of wedlock before you walk down the aisle.
You are unsure whether you want to get married or not.
Sometimes, you think you would love being married, and sometimes you have second thoughts. Calm your mind and think about what you want before taking any decision.