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I went on a self-discovery journey only after i got married. I found that i was an idiot, and didn't know a thing about myself. What am I? Who the hell am i? Am i at all?? My initial years spent in searching for what the problem was, the following, what the hell am i doing, and when will he change, the on going.. I don't know, and its ok not to know. My journey with him as also made me a smarter human being. I am more aware of myself and i discovered my freedom also matters.
With my husband, I feel more secure because he knows me well and understand my mood swifts very well. I am a different human being today because of him. He often make me realise my mistakes but in his own humble manner. His patience have made me learn how to be patient. Though, I sometimes feel that nobody can judge me better than me, irrespective of the bond that I share with the person concerned
For me it is a very tangible, practical benefit of being more organised and goal-oriented in my work. I have always been a dreamer and drifter and seeing my husband's passion for work, to-do-lists and getting organised, made me realise that I complain too easily but don't put in as much thought or effort behind projects or even the day-to-day. That I am very laid-back and sometimes it is a good thing, but it is also important to be aware of this.
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A friend of mine says that her husband helps her with chores only if she agrees not to discuss the same in his family, he is OK lending her support but no one should know, especially his mom. What is shameful in letting the world know that a husband cares for his wife?
There are these two men I feel jealous about, the way my wife chats with them in parties. I know nothing more will happen, it's just party fun, but still can't help watching out for where she is when they are in the same party. Help please.
Marriages are made in heaven, but they are lived here on earth. What makes a good, fulfilled marriage? How far do couples travel along, hand in hand, to reach this state?
How does one define intimacy? I feel that sometimes the simple act of holding hands can be very intimate.
Why is there a stereotyping of the husband as a henpecked man with a roving eye and living in fear of the spouse and the wife always as a nagging overbearing woman? I have noticed majority of jokes, cartoons etc shared among married friends revolve around this perception. Infact, if you have noticed the comedy element of most Indian movies, regardless of language, it also is based on the same theme.
My in laws have decided they want to name my children. While I don't have any yet, I do want to be able to pick the names of my own babies. But they seem adamant that they've had these names in mind for years. How do I explain that these decisions are my prerogative?
Why do men shy away from relationship discussions?
Can't help feeling jealous
Why do men think that helping the wife is shameful or makes them henpecked?
What have I learnt about myself through my spouse!
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