Getting married can be hard! Finding the ‘right one’ who makes your heart beat a certain unique way and then getting both sides of the family to agree can be a huge task. Doing it the second time around can be an even more significant challenge.
For the second marriage, one may have the added emotional burden to move past as well. One has to pull oneself up post the heartbreak (after the previous break up/ loss of partner/divorce) and then (gasp!) has to put oneself out there. Again.
Things are not how they used to be. The dating world has moved on, and it is hard to learn and relearn everything. A second marriage, late marriage or remarriage is hard for men and women alike. Once grown up with established tastes, likes, dislikes, habits, the choice range can get narrower and narrower. Add to that the stress of the ticking biological clock for women who may be wanting a timely baby of their own.
Watch here, the sound advice Dr Prachi gave to a 38-year-old divorcee who is looking for a match to settle. She also addresses the issue of men wanting younger women. She suggests that life shouldn’t revolve around finding a partner. Instead, live your life to the fullest and you’ll like-minded and open-minded people around yourself soon.
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