QuizzesAm I Ready For a Marriage? December 10, 2018017 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Do you want to know if you are ready for marriage? It may be confusing considering the opinions of friends and family. It is best to make an informed decision that is reliable and accurate. You can be confident in knowing that your choices are based on a precisely accurate analysis of your emotional status. Marriage is not a project you want to try without adequate preparation. You may end up throwing a lifetime to waste and live in agony without intent as the years go by. It is best if you first get it right before getting into it.The trick is to answer a few questions about your life that will help you assess your status. These questions are based on marriage preparation. Your choices will depict your level of readiness and they are agreeable by most people. They are based on expert definitions from marriage counselors and are convenient at any time. You may also take it repeatedly whenever you are not sure about your preparations. Before you say ‘I do’ try this check list. 1. How much time do you allocate for spending by yourself? I do not like being alone I need most of my time to myself I love to be in the company of my partner always 2. Which statement shows your feelings about finances? Mine is his and his mine too Mine is mine and his remains his We should split expenses 3. How do you view your joint financial situation? He is great debt I have great deal of debt Neither one of us has any debt 4. What would you do if your partner were careless like leave socks on the floor? I will yell at him Leave them where they are Pick them up and say nothing 5. What is your view on Chores? I should not have to do anything We should hire a cleaning person We should share duties 6. Have you ever cheated on your partner? Once No, but I think about it all the time Never and not planning to 7. What is your take on children? I do not want children but he does He does not want children but I do We both want children 8. What is your Religious Affiliations? We disagree on religious beliefs We agree on religious beliefs We respect each other’s religious beliefs 9. Do you think or call exes? Frequently Once a while I never call my exes 10. How much do you have in common with your partner? We are opposites We share a few things We share so much that we are mistaken for the same personalitiesResults will be based on the choices you made according to the arrangement. Each stream of answers indicated a certain condition of a relationship. They were divided into A, B, and C to allow you make distinct choices. If you answered truthfully, the results will be accurate and a true depiction of your condition before you say ‘I do’.