You can be sure that you’ll both be on the same page when it comes down to what to do for the rest of your lives. So long as you can respect each other’s interests and wholeheartedly support what your partner likes by doing it together, that is good enough. As important as it is to have similar interests, it is also great if your man can still challenge you to do things that you never thought you could do.
From facing your fears and bungee jumping off a bridge in New Zealand, to walking the night markets of Thailand and tasting crickets, to simply being more Zen and calm, if your man can push you to be a better person, you will know that he is the one for you.
He’ll complement you and ensure that your marriage will be an exciting and interesting one.
Never settle for apathy or be okay with boredom, as that will probably be the death of your marriage. The old school way of getting married first before moving in should be kicked to the curb.
[Read: 14 undeniable signs he wants to spend his life with you] #5 Similar interests.
It’s very important that you settle down with someone who shares similar interests as you.
If he can turn that frown of yours upside down, then he’s certainly a keeper.
You’re not in high school anymore, whereby a couple of hundred bucks that your boyfriend earned at his part time job can buy plenty of dates. Do you really want to be financially insecure for the rest of your lives?
However, keep in mind that those in lust will also say the same thing.
So as important as this point is, don’t take it as the sole indication that you should marry him.
It is a whole bunch of other stuff that determines whether he’s the one you should marry.
This isn’t a simple matter of picking what to wear for a party.