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So when it comes to big-ticket decisions like this, you had better make sure you have all the safeguards in place so you don’t do something stupid — like marrying the girl who’s going to make you miserable. Up to very recent times in human history, that’s not why people got married. Generally, you should not make big-ticket decisions in a state of acute intoxication.So here are some guidelines: 1) Do not propose if you’re deeply in love. Then it’s also not a good idea to propose if you’re in love with someone. And, judging from the 50% divorce rates in this country, it’s not a very good reason to do so. Because the most reliable aspect of falling in love is that . And being in love is very much a state of acute intoxication. The biggest decision you’ve ever made in your life.books are 12 chapters about courtship and one about relationship.And if you have been industrious and lucky enough to have accumulated some assets, protect your life’s work. If you truly loved her, then what’s yours is hers and vice versa, right?
4) Make only promises you can keep regarding monogamy. Keep in mind that only 3% of all mammalian species form any kind of monogamous relationship . For both you and her, with the man slightly more likely to do it than the woman.
The Tao is all about seeing the world as it is, not how you wish it would be. But please consider that the whole ‘tradition’ of buying her a rock that costs twice your monthly salary is one of the biggest scams ever foisted upon mankind.
And you, my good man, are too smart to fall for it.
Don’t build it on the flimsy leaves of infatuation. Dude — you have no idea who you’re marrying until you marry her.
2) Get a prenuptial agreement — especially if you’re rich. It’s like trying to practice swimming on dry land: no amount of preparation does you any good until you take the plunge.
Does the most sage dating Guru of gurus have advice for how my friend might propose marriage? Y’know, it’s been a while since I last had a proper camel sacrifice. A little messy, granted, but there’s really nothing quite like broiled Bactrian hump. I’m just here to help give you the problem — err, I mean relationship.