7 Questions to Ask Latina Women BEFORE Marriage

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Her eyes twinkle like stars.

Your heart beats at the sight of her.

Life is worth living because of her.

She says you’re in love, you concur.

There’s no other girl for you except her.

“Will you marry me?” you whisper to her.

Marriage is a long-term commitment. Although we love a person, that’s not enough to make the relationship last. Emotions are temporary; they’re ever-changing.

You love a person, the next morning you don’t anymore. So, before asking your partner to marry you, you need to think if that’s a logical step to take.

In order for love to last, both of the people in the relationship need to make a conscious effort to make it last. Compromises are necessary. Both of you need to be on the same page. Hence, asking the right questions before tying the knot will help set the partnership on the right path and guide it towards the direction you both want.

That being said, here are seven crucial questions to ask Latina women before marriage:

Where would you like us to live?

You need to have a sit-down talk and discuss your future plans, specifically where you want to start a life together. Which is the better option: her country or yours? You could also opt to live in an entirely foreign place.

Here’s a tip: Consider the advantages and disadvantages of living in one place and compare it to the other. Is living in a Latin American country better for you?

Moving after marriage is a dramatic change. Either (or both) of you will have to leave friends, family, and work behind. You’ll have to uproot and start your life over again. It’s not as fun as you would think.

In fact, moving haphazardly can be stressful and burdensome. You don’t want to start off your chapter as husband and wife arguing over where to live. Hence, it’s best to discuss it beforehand to avoid future arguments over it.

Would you like to have kids?

Being a parent is a lot of responsibility.

On the other hand, it will be one of the most rewarding experiences a married couple will ever have. However, in today’s time, not a lot of women want to have children, let alone raise them.

If you don’t talk about this before marriage, it will pose a dilemma.

What if you want kids but she doesn’t? What’s going to happen?

What will happen is one partner will start resenting the other and it will put strain on the marriage.

To save yourself from the pain, it’s better to be upfront about your expectations of wanting or not wanting children.

How should we raise our kids?

In the event you both want kids, how are you going to reconcile your parenting styles? The American way of disciplining and raising kids is quite different from Latin America. In the United States, parents follow a more laid back approach, whereas in Latin countries, they follow the authoritarian approach.

Aside from that, you’ll also have to talk about what religion to raise your kids, what language to teach them, and other cultural aspects.

Will our in-laws play a role in our married life?

This question is directed to your Latina woman since family is a major part of her culture. With that said, there’s a famous phrase in Latino dating culture that says,“If you marry Latinas, you’re also marrying her family.”

If this is a problem for you, you might want to discuss it with your girl beforehand. Otherwise, dating a Latina or marrying one might not be for you.

It’s normal for Latin families to take part in their family member’s family life. They care about each other and make efforts to extend a helping hand. Sometimes, it can be misinterpreted as being nosy, but it’s just part of their culture.They like to be involved in each other’s life.

How should we handle our finances?

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People marry because they want to become one in the presence of friends and family as well as in God’s presence.

However, does becoming “one” also mean having one shared bank account? Do married couples have to merge their finances?

“What’s mine is yours, and what’s yours is mine.”

Well, there’s no law, both in the US and in any Latin country, that requires married couples to unite their finances. It’s wholly up to the couple if they want to do so.

They’re also given an alternative: They can choose to have a prenuptial agreement to have their properties separated from the other. But if no agreement is made before the wedding, the default arrangement is common law property; this means shared property.

While it can be awkward and uncomfortable to talk about money with your future wife, it’s not something you should neglect. In fact, money-related issues are one of the common reasons for divorce.

This is why questions about financial arrangements are one of the most important questions to ask before marriage.

Are we both content with our love-making?

A dry sex life can cause issues in a person’s marriage.

But it’s unlikely to have this problem with Latina women. One of the benefits of dating a Latina is that she’s quite passionate, both in and out of the bedroom.

She’ll try her best to make you feel loved and desired. It’s just in her nature to do so. This is why Latinas are the best wives any man could have. She will definitely bring fire and spice to the relationship.

Are we ready for marriage?

Last, but certainly not least, is the big question.

However, before asking your Latina girl this question, you need to ask yourself first.

Is she really the one you want to grow old with, to raise kids with, and to love for the rest of your life?

If the answer is yes, then you’re ready to ask for her hand in marriage. Hopefully, she answers yes too.

Candid wedding shot. In Latin America, couples yearn to have a long and lasting marriage. | Photo by Cleyder Duque on Pexels

Everyone wants a long and happy marriage with the person they love. But to make a union last forever, both people in the marriage must be willing to compromise and agree on the direction of the relationship, which is why it’s important to ask these seven questions before marriage.

Remember that the stronger the foundation, the longer a marriage lasts.

Walking the Aisle and Saying “I do.”

If she gave you all the right answers to these questions, then it’s only logical that you finally and formally ask her to marry you. Get down on one knee, hold out a ring, and tell her you love her.

You certainly won’t regret marrying Latina women. They make the best wives.


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