Marriage is irreversible- 8 Crazy things to do Before Marriage

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Wedding is just something that most of us have been looking forward to since we were young kids. While it is an exhilarating experience, it is also a life-changing moment. “Marriage changes everything!” whether it is an arranged marriage or you have been with your significant other for several years.

Even I wished I had done a few things pretty close to my wedding day. And, like me, I strongly feel that no woman should leave any chance by incorporating a premarital bucket list.

Here are eight outlandish things you should do before tying the knot to make your pre-wedding experience memorable.

1. Being Locked Up for a Night Before Marriage


As a girl, I’m pretty sure 99 percent of girls have never been behind bars, but when locked up for a night before marriage is such a “Go Viral” thing, believe me, a girl like me would love to experience it, and much more interesting would be the reason for being locked up, my being caught in drink and drive and causing a nuisance with the on-duty officer.

2. Face Off The Biggest Fear

Whether it’s bungie jumping, paragliding, water sports, or solo dancing on stage. If you’re afraid, it could be as simple as befriending a dog! My fear is Gamophobia, or Fear of Marriage, and there is no way out until I convince or compel myself to experience it.

3. Hang Out With Your EX


Being platonic friends with an ex is perfectly fine (after some cooling off time), as long as you respect boundaries and let him know there’s no chance of reconciliation.

4. Get Heartbroken


It’s a cliché, but it’s true. Dealing with a breakup teaches you what went wrong in your relationship and how to avoid it happening again. We ought to be able to say goodbye to someone not just because we can learn how to say no to others, but so we can learn how to say yes to ourselves.

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5. Travel With Your Girlfriends

True friends are never apart, maybe in distance but never in heart.

Whether it’s for a weekend or a week, round up your best friends and head out to make some unforgettable memories. Friends are just as valuable as spouses. Never underestimate the impact that good friends can have on our lives. Friendships cannot be supplemented, no matter how perfect your marriage is.

6. Learn and Participate In a Bike Race


Never be afraid to TRY SOMETHING NEW… because life becomes boring if you stick to what you already know.’ Bikes Are Like Beer One Is Never Enough. A full tank and open road is all you need. So go live the moment “Harley Girl.”

7. Get In One Good Fight With Your Partner


Take a look at your past? What role did you play in the breakdown of that relationship? Were you naïve enough to take them for granted? Were you a slacker? Skeptical? These are all important questions to ask yourself before embarking on a new relationship so that you can be a better version of yourself and avoid making the same mistakes. Disagreements with your future spouse are unavoidable. Learn to fight fairly now, before you say something you’ll regret later in life.

8. Under the Sparkly Sky with Your Partner


Do you actually adore your partner? Or do you simply enjoy the idea of getting married? Is it true that you want to spend the rest of your life with them? Do you simply want to put on a wedding gown and throw a big fancy party? Or do you believe it’s just something you have to do as you get older? Before you take the plunge, determine your true intentions. “If you really want to know a person well, travel with them or lay under the sparkly sky,” as the old adage goes. Make memories with him and get to know him well!

We are all sources of inspiration, and while there are no safeguards in marriage, understanding who we are gives a clearer chance of accepting someone for who they are.

Because marriage is not a 50 percent proposition, but instead a 100/100 proposition, we owe it to ourselves to start any relationship whole.

Not just about ourselves, as well as for the person to whom we will one day say “I do.”

Setting goals, dreaming, and making bucket lists together is an amazing and memorable experience. So here’s a list of things to do as a couple that I found in an article. Go read it and make your married life amazing.

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