21 questions before dating
Thankfully, my wife has been very supportive because she knew this was the way I was wired from the beginning and it aligns with her core beliefs, as she enjoys change and pursuing things off the beaten path.
Too many marriages start (and end) with vague and un-identified core values. Or are you constantly trying to hide who you are because they want you to be someone you’re not?
Question #1: What percentage of our income are we prepared to spend to purchase and maintain our home on a monthly or annual basis?
Question #2: Who is responsible for keeping our house and yard cared for and organized?
Question #10: Are we satisfied with the frequency of our lovemaking?
Take me for example, one of my core values is authenticity.
When I was dating I remember constantly being smothered with that giant question like a bloated bear was sitting on my head, refusing to move. But how are you supposed to know which “One’ is the right one?
To magically stumble upon like finding the gold at the end of a rainbow that is being carried by a unicorn with leprechaun jockey.
Original Photo by Leland Francisco Marriage is like rolling Play-Doh, the more two different colors are meshed together the harder it becomes to distinguish one from another.
In marriage you begin to rub off on each other, subtly taking on traits and characteristics of the other.
Are we different in our needs for cleanliness and organization?