Life post marriage

I will soon be marrying my long term boyfriend. But I am afraid that marriage may change us. What Problems with changes after marriage do couples face that we should be prepared for and how to best manage them?

7 replies
June 7, 2017


  1. Boredom ! setting house running it becomes so monotonous and the drudgery of everyday living .Shop a lot ,don't do everything together and get a bikini wax*p**p* *p*

  2. Boredom ! setting house running it becomes so monotonous and the drudgery of everyday living .Shop a lot ,don't do everything together and get a bikini wax*p**p* *p*

  3. Change is something that will always happen. No one can escape it. Therefore the best thing you can do is to accept it. *p**p*The biggest problem is adjusting to a mundane life. After the first 6 months things will get routine. The excitement will subside. That is when you need to start being careful. Arguments and fights are bound to happen. Take it in your stride. Try to adjust.*p**p*I've always believed that the first 3 years of marriage are always difficult. Lots of changes happen. And after this, it'll all calm down.*p**p*So wish you luck and hope you have a great marriage.*p*

  4. the first problem you would face is responsibility. even if its just you two, taking care of your boyfriend changed husband will be your first step. if you have been with your boyfriend for a long time then i think you would know how to handle that. marriage is nothing but adopting a grownup boy. and yes things will change. your dates will change into home cooked food, your romantic time may change into discussing about the house or expenses. but all in all i think things change for the better. you would enjoy your stabillity with your husband the most.*p*

  5. Never forget that a marriage, at the end of the day, is only between you and your partner, and you opted for it. So don't let anybody else interfere or control. A post-marriage life means knowing each other's habits and interests in much more detail. It also means learning how you relate to other people and face common and individual problems and challesges. *p**p*Therefore, from the beginning, sit down and tell each other what areas of life, things, people, and activity are important for you – so that you give each other space and avoid confusion and fights. *p**p*You have one life, and only you know how to live it. *p**p* *p**p* *p**p* *p*

  6. Hi Raisha, first of all congratulations 🙂 Start your journey with a positive vibes and tell yourself, everything will be fine, I'm smart enough to accept the challeneges and changes with positive outlook. Trust your partner, enjoy the bond and follow the 3C (Commitment, compassion and communication).*p**p*Have a wonderful life ahead*p*

  7. The pressures of a marriage is hugely psychological. Nothing really changes but maybe the responsibilities linked to it may make the relationship a bit mechanical at times. Once you take care of that I do not think there will be any problem. Just make sure there is no communication gap between you two. And do not forget to surprise each other from time to time. All the best!*p*