Is it worth it to marry her

EXPERTS MH told how to test the feelings of the algebra and make sure

Here’s this girl in front of you — it is the one with which worth living for life.

Ignores the first five or six …

…He advises Professor of Mathematics of the University of New South Wales (Australia) Bruce Brown.

It does not sound romantic, but your friend — a random variable in the equation of happiness in your life. Professor Brown proposes to put into practice mathematical theory of optimal stopping of random processes". A study by Durex shows that the average man in life happen for a more or less long-term relationship with 13 women. If you move around with the same dynamics, just remember: the first five or six novels are not even considered as a reason for marriage.

A good wife — a vibrant BUSINESS PARTNER …

…says anthropologist Jean Smith, an expert on relationships.

"The strongest couples see each other not as lovers, as well as potential business partners — said Smith. — Will you let her make decisions on your behalf? I am sure that the emotions will not interfere with her sober view of things? Similar whether your vision of the future?" Answers to these questions after a year and a half after the beginning of the relationship when depart from first love. Then check out their fighting skills: couples, who often argue, are more satisfied with life, sex and stay together longer.

NO…

If you take all the responsible things themselves (after all, "it will still spoil everything").

YES…

If you trust her to make responsible decisions. If you are part of the dispute, but quickly reconciled.

IF protect you and share gossip — get married …

… Durham University says primatologist Dr. Joe Sitchel.

Dr. Sitchel argues that family rules primates due to the requirements of the evolution and authenticated by millions of years — and there is a reference point for people. "Take, for example South American titi monkeys living in a strong alliance — offers Sitchel. — The female Titi always defends the interests of its male, and if necessary — to protect him physically. In addition, the female is ready to give up some absolute values ​​- for example from food or shelter — to follow your partner". If your friend defends you — for example by sharp-tongued friend — or just supported when you work late, — buy a ring. "Besides that, "married" Monkey combed each other — can not stop Sitchel. — In humans, the equivalent of gossip began combing. So if she shares with you the latest rumors, and you do not say something in response — you match each other".

NO…

if it thinks only of himself and does not discuss with you the latest gossip.

YES…

if it protects you from serious threats (for example, from his mother).

Be able to spend time apart …

…advises Amanda McAlister, head of family law, the law firm Russell,

Jones & Walker (United Kingdom). «The future of family life failure can be predicted long before the wedding — sure McAllister, who has 13 years of experience in divorce. — A good husband will not be jealous of your hobbies". For example, if she rolls her eyes when you reported that you go with friends to watch football — know: your marriage does not work out. Moreover, McAllister warns: do not wear the ring under external pressure: "Whoever you hurry to get married — the bride, your family or Yanukovych himself — do not rush. If this is not completely your decision — a ring on the finger hold on for long".

NO…

If you’re going to make an offer just because it is your relatives or put pressure on you.

YES…

If you respect each other’s interests.

If the age difference is minimal, you can play WEDDING …

… said a senior researcher at the National Statistical Service of the UK, Karen Gask.

"Bring someone else’s statistics as to the outlook for their future"- Offers Gask. You both earn and succeed in the profession? Well, chances are that you will live a long time together, 50% higher than those who can not boast. Outside this range, lucky only to those who are close to each other in age. "If the age difference is not more than two years — all right. Each additional year reduces the chances of a happy marriage by 5%, — says Gask. And if her parents divorced, then the probability that it will sooner or later leave you alone, grows twice.

NO…

if her parents have divorced or your age difference is significant. Or think of himself.

YES…

if you’re a social climber, you’re a little over 30 and a kid you watched the same cartoons.

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