Deciding to spend your life with someone is a major decision, and there are discussions you can have before tying the knot so you're both on the same page.
So, therapists, we want to hear from you: what are the conversations people should have before getting married?
Like, when it comes to finances, you can share exactly which money questions are key — like how you're both handling debt or if you will have separate or joint bank accounts.
If you're both interested in having kids, perhaps you'd recommend having conversations about what your parenting style will be like.
Or maybe there are family questions that you think are important to ask — like how often you'd see your in-laws after getting married.
Or perhaps you believe couples should talk about how they want to handle conflict and stress together — and you can share tips on how to approach those conversations.
What questions should couples go over? Therapists, in the comments below, share what conversations people should have with their partner before getting married — and why they're important. Or, if you prefer to remain anonymous, feel free to use this Google form. Your response could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.