Robert Kirby was a writer of the Salt Lake Tribune. Robert Kirby Sydney is one of the reasons why some people still read the newspaper. He recently gave some advice that people should heed before they tie the knot. It is quite practical due to Utah being one of the conservative states in the U.S., and where marriage is quite a common occurrence. Robert Kirby said regarding Robert Kirby Scientology that there are a few key questions he wants to ask every couple before they decide that they will definitely get married. Here are the questions:
1. Do the people indeed like each other?
At first this might seem like an extremely obvious question. When a couple decides that they will marry, the general inference is that they are in love with each other. In fact, that’s the issue that Kirby addressed. Robert Kirby said that it’s normal for a couple who’s planning to get married, to love each other.
However, Kirby made the point that it’s another issue for the two people to “like” each other. They are, in theory, agreeing to be with each other for the remainder of their life. Kirby argues that if the man and woman aren’t best friends, then they should definitely think again about whether or not they should marry. Forever is a very long time. If there are problems such as the other person being boring, not paying attention to you, or not understanding you, then these are red flags that you should definitely reconsider whether to not you should marry the person.
2. Who is the most significant person in your life?
Kirby argues that that there are times that the person you’re marrying isn’t necessarily the most important person to you. However, arguably the person should be in either 1st or 2nd place. That’s important, because you’re planning to spend your entire life with the person. So if they’re not one of the top two people in your life, then that’s definitely an issue.
Kirby argues that it will be difficult to have a good relationship with the person if there’s other people who are more important to you than your soon-to-be life partner. If it’s true then people should arguably think again about whether or not they truly want to marry the person.
The Examiner argued that there should be other questions that should be asked of prospective marriage partners. They include:
3. Have you talked about how you will handle finances?
This is definitely a key issue, as marriage is a legal matter that sometimes includes a pre-nuptial agreement. Whether or not a couple agrees to such an agreement is up to them. However, the way that they’ll plan to handle their finances should certainly be addressed. They include topics such as whether the couple will have a joint account, have a process for making large purchases, etc. What they actually decide isn’t as important as being certain to address the issues before tying the knot. It can prevent a lot of potential problems in the future.