Dating Expert Reveals Two-Second Test That Will Help You Decide If You Should Marry Someone
On 13th July 2021
Are you standing at that stage of your relationship where you are considering moving ahead to the big question? If yes then taking advice or two from this dating expert won't hurt you and who knows it can help give you more clarity to your decision. Jana Hocking shares some of the watch-outs in a new relationship and also a short test that can give you the ultimate answer to whether you are prepared of spending your whole life with your current partner or not.
Finding the right person to date and then thinking of getting married to imagining a future together with a partner is a tough nut to crack. There are so many questions in mind when one is considering marriage. However, one dating expert Jana Hocking has made it easier for all of us with her incredible two-second test that helps to figure out whether one should marry their current partner or not?
In a piece for News.com.au, Hocking explained that there's a "firm yes" or "hard no" when it comes to marrying a particular person.
She wrote: "I usually do it after quite a few dates, say three months down the track. I take a good look at the bloke and then imagine myself at the start of the wedding aisle.
"I think to myself, 'If I arrived at the aisle and looked down to see them waiting for me at the other end, would I light up and be genuinely excited to see them? Would I think to myself ‘How the heck did I get so lucky to marry them?"
She added: "Or would I just think, ‘OK cool, they seem like a good person, and I reckon I could have a decent life with them, so let’s do this.’"
The dating expert who also hosts the podcast Kinda Sorta Dating says that if you are going for the first option, then you are in it for the long run and you better stay with your partner.
However, if the second option is tempting you then it is best for both that you end the relationship without moving ahead.
She added: "The second option doesn’t offer an extraordinary love, it offers a safe love."
Talking about the modern dating ways, Hocking makes it a point to tell people that they should definitely keep their eyes and ears open for catching red flags on the dating apps.
An example to quote, one such red flag is potentially deleting their dating profile only a few days into the relationship with you.
This behavior Hocking says points towards borderline "stalker."
Another red flag she points out if your partner is constantly uploading pictures of their torso or from a distance then it is better that you stay away, as the former indicates excessive vanity and the latter that they are trying to conceal their identity.
Reading these tips what do you think of Hocking's dating advice and do you think you will be applying these to your partner before making the big decision.