Happily ever after...or is it?
Couples in love see roses everywhere. You will see lovers thinking marriage is going to be like a duet song. But, sad as it may be, it’s true that there are thorns and not everyone’s a good singer! If you have just gotten married recently, or are about to take the plunge, there is just one thing to keep in mind: expect the unexpected. Marriage can be great or it can be a pain—it all depends on how you look at it.
No matter how much your married pals, the aunties and old cronies may have croaked about life post marriage, there are things you may still be unaware of. Read these general pointers and be prepared.
Don’t expect your husband to treat your parents like they are his family. Do this and you will be one happy woman. It’s a fact—difficult to accept, but it is true. While your parents are your parents, his parents are your family. Of course, there may be exceptions. But to most newly married women, this comes as an unhappy revelation.
While you may have never bothered about what your man watched on TV before marriage, post marriage, this can become a bone of contention. Unfortunately, there is simply no way out of it! The best solution would be to reach an understanding—if your man is stuck with any activity that the you don’t agree with, make sure to spend some “together” time later. After all, if it didn't matter when you dated, it