You’re not sure if you believe in the concept of eternity. You have the impression that everything is destined to come to an end.
Soulmates are something you believe in, but you’re not sure you believe them. You have the impression that finding the perfect person is a myth.
You’re not sure if you believe in monogamy or not, to be honest. You’ve fallen in love with so many individuals that you can’t picture remaining with just one.
You aren’t sure if you agree with the concept of marriage in its current form. You do not require a piece of paper in order to demonstrate your affection.
You’re not sure if you want to be with someone for the rest of your life. You prefer to rely on yourself rather than on someone else’s judgement.
The idea of being legally committed to someone makes you a little uncomfortable. You wish to maintain your uniqueness in every meaning of the word.
No, you are not apprehensive about getting married. It’s everything you’ve ever dreamed of.
You’re not sure if you want a large wedding or a small one. You are more concerned with the quality of the relationship than with how the partnership seems to others.
Whether you are a good match for a spouse is up in the air. You’re not sure if you want to start a family right now or not. Or at any point in the future.
You’re not sure if you believe in the concept of happily ever after. After a while, you have the impression that everything is going wrong.
You’re not sure if you want to be with the same person indefinitely. You have the impression that you will modify your relationships as you mature and change yourself.
When it comes to the concept of marriage as a whole, you’re not sure whether you believe in it. Your experience with divorce has been far too negative to consider marriage as a positive experience.