Getting married to someone is a huge step to take in life. You need to make sure that you’re properly prepared before taking the step to minimize the chances of making a mistake that could be quite a hassle to rectify. There are things that you can do to ensure that you’re properly prepared before getting married though.

Ensure You Are Both Disease Free

Before you get married to someone, it’s important to know that both of you are disease free. If someone has a disease, it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t marry them – it simply means that you have the right to be informed before you walk down the aisle and make a commitment to them.

It’s best to go together to have the testing done so that you can both be sure that the results you get are accurate. If results come back that are not what you expected, take the time to find out if the disease is treatable and what the long-term effects of it are if it’s not. You may still want to be with someone even if they have a disease if it won’t create a risk to your health or longevity.

Being Drug-Free

Living with someone is much different than just dating them. When you’re around them twenty-four hours a day, you may see a side of them that you aren’t used to seeing. There are things that people can hide from you if they aren’t around you all of the time. Drug abuse, for example, can be easy to hide if you aren’t around someone a lot.

Both of you should take a drug test before you get married. This allows you to be sure that you nor your partner are hiding drug use from one another. If your partner fails, specialized places can help with regard to addiction treatment and recovery. In order for the care to be as effective as it can be, your partner will actually want to quit using the drugs.

Sit down and have a candid conversation with him or her about their drug use. Let them know that it isn’t something you want in your life and be willing to walk away if they don’t want to stop – it’ll be hard but necessary in the end. If they want help, inpatient or outpatient care may be the best way for them to be able to have long-term…
 

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