Newly-wed information – How to survive the initial phases

Hindu marriage ceremony from a Rajput wedding.

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If you are a newlywed, you are entering into a different phase in your life. You are wed for a reason. You might have done it for companionship. For love. For intimacy, and much more. As a newlywed your expectations are sky-high. Your partner would have promised you a lot of things before marriage. Or looked promising enough rather. You are entering into a phase full of dreams and hopes. But then, the grass always looks greener on the other side. If you want to survive the initial phases of being a newlywed, you are in for a long time association with your spouse. Here’s how to make it survive.

Don’t look at the past and speculate
In a marriage, imperfections are common. Your spouse would have made a mistake. Everyone does. A relationship does not guarantee that people live like a saint. A relationship does not work on its own; you have to make it work. This is the fundamental thing of a marriage that people do not understand. To make it work, the best thing is to focus on your partner’s positive aspects. Try to change the negative ones. If the negative ones are real bad, then you have to get serious. Otherwise forget it. Don’t break a relationship because your spouse does not close the closet lid!

Find each other through friends
Call over your friends. Don’t be together all the time. By meeting many people and visiting family functions you destroy the monotony in the relationship.

 

 

 

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