For some, a glance might click and for others, it may take up to several years to find ‘the one.’ The one who is there through thick and thin. knows your personality in and out and makes this world a better place to live in exclusively for you.
Finding the ideal life partner whom you think you can happily spend your entire life with is literally no piece of cake. Yes, people do fall in love but sometimes that love is quite short-lived. In all, it’s quite a complicated process and amidst this complication, people tend to commit mistakes which cost them lifelong regret.
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So, to prevent you from falling into the same pit, we at Bandbaajaa.com have a few warnings/signal/actions which may lead to you selecting the wrong person as your life partner. Read to know more.
1. Confusing Love with Infatuation
Falling in love with someone’s looks and falling in love with someone’s heart are two very different things. A person’s looks, sense of humour or personality might intimidate you but the probability is that you aren’t in love. Call it physical attraction or infatuation; such a feeling should not be turned into marriage.
2. Looking Up To Married Friends
Most of your friends are either dating or planning to get hitched or are already a family. We know it feels awkward and lonely but that does not mean that you settle for just anyone to be a part of the club.
3. Succumbing to Family and Societal Pressure
In India, as soon as a woman turns 24-25, her parents usually start pushing her to find a nice groom. If there’s no pressure from the parents, the society does the needful. Frustrated and saturated, people opt for the peaceful way out i.e. get married without realizing the repercussions of doing it against their own will.
4. Rushing into Marriage
The idea of staying under one roof does sound romantic and there is no denying that living with your better half can give you some of the best memories but on flipping the coin one realises that marriage comes along with a lot of responsibilities. Finding time for your own self is a far cry and expectations shoot up. Not giving ample time to understand each other and know your partner better before getting married is one of the biggest blunders you could commit.
5. Having Vague Future Plans
Knowing what you want to do with your life before you get married is essential. It’s not necessary to reach the pinnacle of your career but having clarity on your professional front is must. If you are not sure what you exactly want from life, it’s not the right time to get espoused.
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