6 WAYS MARRIAGE WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE AND YOU NEED TO BE PREPARED FOR THESE

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6 ways marriage will change your life and you need to be prepared for these

Changes marriage brings about in your life

There will be plenty of vulnerable moments

Relationship with your in-laws may not be what you expected

Yes, you will crave for some ‘me time’

Responsibilities would only increase

Money will matter the most

You may not fall in love with your spouse

  1. Perhaps, marriage brings about the biggest transition in a person’s life and no matter how prepared he might be, it will always take him by surprise. When you start living with your spouse, changes are inevitable. Some will bring you joy, while others might challenge your patience and sanity.
  2. When you start your conjugal life with a spouse, he or she would gradually discover your strengths as well as weakness. You will share your deepest secrets and tell him things, which you might not have told anyone before. But when we share such intimate details with a person, we are bound to feel vulnerable.
  3. We have more than enough Hindi movies highlighting the strained relationship between a daughter-in-law and her mother-in-law. It’s only natural for people to develop a perception of the spouse’s family much before they are even married. However, a person would only get to know how that relationship would change his or her life only after getting married.
  4. Companionship is a great thing. After marriage, the initial days will be nothing but filled with sheer joy. You would discover new things that might have remained unobserved till now. You would be spending a lot of time together—be it visiting friends and family after the wedding or shopping for household items.
  5. Under normal circumstances, responsibilities, when shared between two people, would decrease. But not in marriage. With every passing year, you will end up with more responsibilities. And by responsibilities, we do not merely mean materialistic goals.
  6. It’s easy to say that love is all you need to keep you happy. But love alone cannot provide the food on your plate or the roof over your head. Only money can. You will need to take a bigger house, perhaps buy a car and when you have a family, you will need money to pay for your children’s school fees.
  7. This might sound strange but not all married couples fall in love with each other. Exceptions are those who tied the knot after falling in love. In most arranged marriages, where the world-be-spouses only get to know each other briefly, hope to find love after marriage.

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