30 Questions to Ask Your Significant Other Before Moving in With Them

Life is difficult. It’s even more difficult when we make bad decisions. The goal of this post is to help simplify life for everyone and to promote good decisions.

People usually ask me all the time on certain occasions sometimes, “Adam, when should I move in with my girlfriend/boyfriend/fiancé/fiancée?” I get asked this question even more frequently now than in the past, most likely because I’m qualified to answer it since I’m happily married now and I didn’t used to be married at all.

So today, I’m going to answer that question in the most concise, practical, statistically-sound, and intelligent way I possibly can by answering that question with some questions of my own. 

Please, take a few minutes, grab your significant other, grab some paper and a writing utensil of your preference (I recommend using a bold Sharpie for these types of exercises), and answer the following questions before finishing this post.

30 questions to ask your significant other before moving in with them:

  1. Are we married yet?
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If the answer to any of these questions is ‘no,’ then you should not move in with your significant other.

For in-depth statistics, anecdotal evidence, and smart-sounding mumbo jumbo, I highly recommend reading this book. My lovely wife gave it to me as a Christmas present when we were still engaged and it has profoundly changed how I view marriage and such.

What do you think? Post your questions, comments, or concerns below. But please, be polite, this is a family website.

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