When you are in a live-in relationship
When wanting to take the next step in a relationship, couples may decide to move in together before (if) getting married. There is a new growing trend of live-in relationships, especially with youngsters these days for various reasons like checking out compatibility, for convenience sake, not having time to tie the knot and not believing in the sanctity and importance of the institute of marriage. However, before taking such a step, one should consider certain points, and the partners in the relationship should weigh out the pros and cons of living together.
Well, the first and foremost advantage of being in a live-in relationship would be taking your relationship to the next level, which can be very exciting. You’ll both be giving a new status to your relationship and moving further on the commitment scale.
Furthermore, you will be able to spend more time with your significant other. Your hectic work schedules may limit your time together making you frustrated. This can easily be overcome when you both live together.
Another important aspect of living together includes getting to know your partner better, understanding what makes them tick and what their vices may be, which actually helps to understand how you can accommodate with your partner. Living together acts as the best practical and realistic tool to testing your compatibility with your partner.
If both of you are congenial, you can plan out the various aspects of living together, like where both partners will live, signing the lease of the shared house, how to divide the household chores between each other, etc.
While there may be various advantages of living together, there may be quiet a few important limitations that may complicate your decision to move in together. This mainly includes societal criticism. You may find it hard to convince your family or relatives to accept your decision to live with your partner before marriage. You may even be judged by your neighbours.
Other problems may also include financial issues like who should be required to pay for what, and of course, constantly sharing a common space for most part of the day.
With the new trend of wanting independency and space, living together may create problems and make it hard for couples to find some alone time, making couples feel constantly bound to each other and leading to unnecessary fights.
You and your partner should consider these various facts before deciding to move in together. If not just your personalities that may hinder your relationship or cause problems in a live-in relationship, your astrological compatibility also plays a major role!
To rule out the later, you can compare your compatibility with your partner through a practice called Synastry, which is an age-old practice to compare the horoscopes of two individuals in a relationship. Your astrological compatibility with your partner can help you to understand whether you might face many conflicts within your relationship, which can especially be useful before you decide to move in with your partner. To test your astrological compatibility with your partner, you can get your natal charts; ‘Kundlis’ and ‘Gunas’; compared.
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