Questions to Ask Before Marrying Latina Women

1. Where do you want us to live?

It’s paramount that you talk about where you’ll start a life together. Should you move to her country or should she move to yours? Or should you both move to an entirely foreign place?

2. Do you want children?

Taking care of a little one is a big responsibility. At the same time, it will be one of the most rewarding experiences of a couple’s lives. But not all women want to give birth, let alone raise a child. The same goes for men, minus the labor part.

3. How do you plan on raising our children?

If you do come to a consensus on having kids, you’ll also have to discuss your parenting style. Western parenting is very different from how it’s done in Latin countries. The former is more indulgent, while the latter follows an authoritarian approach.

4. How do we deal with our in-laws?

American in-laws aren’t much of a problem since American culture is individualistic. It’s rare for them to stick their noses in another member’s business or family life. However, we can’t say the same about Latin in-laws.

5. How will we manage our finances?

6. Are we both satisfied with our intimacy level?

A stale sex life can cause marital distress.

7. Are we ready to get married?

Lastly, the big question.

Before Saying “I Do.”

If you got all the right answers you wanted to hear from your partner, it’s finally time to move on to the next phase — saying your “I do’s.”



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Adrianna Dela Torre

Adrianna Dela Torre

Adrianna is a Professional Matchmaker and Relationship Counselor for