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5 signs you shouldn't be getting married

Business Insider Logo By Natalia Lusinski of Business Insider | Slide 1 of 6: Marriage is an exciting, romantic concept, but it's also a decision that will change the rest of your life. However, with some introspection, you can better determine whether or nor you are ready for  marriage with your significant other. Here are five signs, from experts, that you shouldn't get married to your current partner. Although you can probably pinpoint several reasons to marry someone, reasons to not marry someone may not be as apparent. After all, it's a big deal - one of the biggest decisions of your life - and even though you may thinkyou're a getting-married type of person,deep down, your current lifestyle and future hopes and dreams may not agree. Plus, perhaps youdowant to get married, but your current partner is not "the one."In any case, statistics prove that you are not the only one who's opting for single life versus married life.According to the U.S. Census Bureau,as of 2015, there are109 millionunmarried people18 years and older in the US - in other words, 45% of the adult population.To help recognize the signs that you shouldn't be getting married,Business Insider spoke topsychotherapist, relationship coach, and divorce mediator Toni Coleman:

  • Marriage is an exciting, romantic concept, but it's also a decision that will change the rest of your life.
  • However, with some introspection, you can better determine whether or nor you are ready for marriage with your significant other.
  • Here are five signs, from expert, that you shouldn't get married to your current partner.
  • Although you can probably pinpoint several reasons to marry someone, reasons to not marry someone may not be as apparent. After all, it's a big deal - one of the biggest decisions of your life - and even though you may thinkyou're a getting-married type of person,deep down, your current lifestyle and future hopes and dreams may not agree. Plus, perhaps youdowant to get married, but your current partner is not "the one."

    In any case, statistics prove that you are not the only one who's opting for single life versus married life.According to the U.S. Census Bureau,as of 2015, there are109 millionunmarried people18 years and older in the US - in other words, 45% of the adult population.

    To help recognize the signs that you shouldn't be getting married,Business Insider spoke topsychotherapist, relationship coach, and divorce mediator Toni Coleman:

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