>>63191094>powerlessness feels so bad as well.
I know this feel very well. I wish there was something I could say to make you feel better, bro>>63191593>Do you want kids? If yes, how many children would be ideal in our family?
Whenever I imagine us together, having a family always seems completely "natural" to me, so yes. I would want Hana to bless me with many children. How many, I don't know; maybe 3 or more. I don't think I'd be a good father but maybe we could do a good job together.>What style of discipline do you plan to take with your kids?
My parents were very strict and controlling; I didn't like that. I'd try to reward good behavior instead of punishing bad behavior (unless it was really bad). I'd want to give them the freedom to make decisions to build their confidence and allow them to experience the consequences of their actions.>Who manages the household? Do you believe in traditional gender roles?
In Japan, the woman traditionally manages the household and money, but I'd be willing to help with both. I think traditional gender rolls fit us fairly well, but neither of us would want to be boxed in by them. They exist to serve us, not the other way around. If she had a job, I'd do more of the household work, for instance.>Do you think problems in the marriage or family should be discussed with other relatives?
Absolutely, yes. It can be hard to be objective about yourself; sometimes you have to trust someone on the "outside" to give you the truth>How do you tackle obstacles in your life? In a relationship?
I've never been in a relationship before, and have a lot of anxiety about making decisions, but it always helps to break them down into achievable goals.>Do you feel like you value experiences over things?
They're both important, but if I had to choose one, experiences. Things like cars, nice clothes and jewelry don't mean much to me, and they don't seem to mean much to Hana either, which I appreciate.