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Family life is a serious test for any person because, when getting married, a person actually refuses a significant part of personal freedom in order to create a single whole with another person. In this case, we often sacrifice certain opportunities and prospects, making choices in favor of marital happiness, well-being, and comfort. 

When deciding to marry, a person usually considers important questions, such as: can I be a good wife or husband? But what if I will not succeed? Of course, over time, these issues get sorted because people get to know each other better, learn together to make decisions and bear joint responsibility for them. You need to talk about whether you are ready to live with this person all your life, and to the end, without doubts. Is this person worth it, for you to devote all your life to them? Maybe it’s more than you can do? Or, on the contrary, you’ve always dreamed about it? 

When people live in marriage for a long time, they naturally have problems, misunderstandings, quarrels, and conflicts. Some people cannot stand such tests, while others, on the contrary, overcome them, realizing that once the right choice was made, the choice of the person to live with entire life, to have children and to meet together old age, bringing up grandchildren. 

So, are you ready to devote all your life to your husband (wife)?

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