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How to Know If You Want to Marry Someone

by Cathy Pelekakis

You have found your significant other and he is all you can think about. This person is the center of your life. You know you are ready to marry him.

Wanting to get married

Thinking of marrying someone: The person is the last thing you think about before you go to sleep and the first thing on your mind when you wake up in the morning.

Calling your significant other: You find yourself calling him in the morning, to see how he is. This is done just to hear his voice and it is reassuring

Understanding: You like each other and that person is your best friend, the one you go to when you are troubled, and who listens to you and understands where you are coming from

Missing him: You find that you are not whole when he is are not around or you have not heard from him in a day. There is this ache inside of you and you don't know where it's coming from, but as soon as you talk to your significant other the ache goes away

Thinking about him: He makes you happy. You feel good even if it is raining outside or your boss has just reprimanded you. Just thinking about your significant other relieves that sadness and you smile

Smiling: You are smiling all the time. There is that lightness in your step and you are happy with life and everything in it

Feeling mutual joy: He is equally as happy to see you even if your hair is a mess and your clothes are all rumpled.

Appreciating what he does: You come home from work and he is there to give you a kiss and a hug. The troubles of the day just seem to disappear. You appreciate the feeling of contentment that your significant other provides you

Loving your best friend is great and you want to spend the rest of your days in his life.

Marrying him even though there are arguments: Even when you argue, you are still in love and the feeling seeps through every pore in your being. You are ready to get married

Items you will need
  • A significant other that you are in love with

Tip

  • Love every day make you feel better

Warning

  • Don't jump into marriage without first becoming friends

About the Author

Cathy Pelekakis has been writing professionally since 2006. She retired from the Department of the Army in 2007. Her professional experience includes work in writing, contracting and proofreading. She obtained a Bachelor of Arts in business from Thomas Edison State College.