Before becoming a husband, a truly smart person will ask him for two things.

4 min readMar 30, 2024

In my hometown, there is an old saying: “In-laws, in-laws, in-laws.”

This means that if you marry your daughter to someone else’s child, or if you marry your son to someone else’s daughter, then the two of you will have to live together in the future.

However, in today’s society, people are no longer limited to this kind of thinking in the past.

Some parents no longer think that the in-law relationship is a constraint because they think that as long as their daughter lives well, that’s all.

But I think that no matter what the situation is, you should consider whether the other party has these two things before becoming an in-law.

If he doesn’t have one, don’t start.

If he has it, then you need to see if you have these two things.

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1. Must have good financial conditions, preferably a certain amount of savings.

If your daughter marries a rich man, it means that her quality of life will be much better than that of ordinary people in the future.

However, if your son marries someone from a poor family, then you will feel that your future life will be miserable.




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