Take couple therapy seriously
But even going to couple therapy doesn't always mean you're challenging yourself. I can imagine that many of you rolled your eyes at the idea and didn't think you needed it. This kind of attitude doesn't help, because people can go into a cycle where they use these methods, but then get carried away by a false sense of security, stop doing the things that have improved their marriage and stand faced with the same problems as before.
Don't get the same tattoos
Sure, getting a tattoo as a couple is nice, but things like that cause complications if you ever get divorced. The tattoo can serve as a painful reminder of how stupid you were or your regret. While the gesture is cute, it's best to avoid the names of the people you have previously dated or married with, or things that remind you of those previous people.
Set limits with parents-in-law
In-laws can play an important role in marriages and in some cases spoil them if they are not controlled. This is especially true if parents-in-law hate you and think your child could do better.
While parents-in-law might be considered to be to blame, several therapists and relationship experts say that only your partner really doesn't set limits and defends the other. In so many situations, many couples want to confront their parents when it comes to these problems and set limits.
Make children a big deal
What is an even bigger decision is whether you have children or not. Sure, when they're together it can be a nuisance, but children trapped between divorces can also be difficult and cumbersome. There are many difficulties raising a child as a single parent and it is a point of regret for divorced couples.