How to be a partner in your married life and not a superior
Marriage is a compromise. And even though that’s something we don’t want to believe in, it is a fact! But this roller coaster ride can be super fun with the right person by your side. We believe calling it a compromise just demeans it and makes it sound like a decision that went wrong.
We expect our partners to be perfect and somebody with the same intensity and emotions as ours. Marriage brings with it a different dimension of emotions, you both are new to and unaware of.
Treating it like an espionage would make things interesting on both the parts. Here’s how you can grow together to enrich each other’s lives and be partners, not superiors.
Share Responsibilities :
Everything after tying the knot is going to be somewhat different from your earlier lives. And sharing moments where you both help each other would not grow your love, it will also be a pragmatic step for your day-to-day life.
From finances to household chores, everything is easier if you help each other out. Adjusting to new people and families is one of the few things that people are afraid of. Make them accustomed to the family norms and customs would make your partner feel homely.
Respect their Emotions :
Everybody handles emotions differently. You come from a completely different background, and so does your partner. What you are dealing with might be completely new for your significant other. Understand that coming from different lives and different places shapes you in a particular way, and one shouldn’t be judged for that.
Unlearning things is the best form of learning, and it is applicable to marriage more than anything else. Try sharing every little thing and doubt with your partner, and don’t hesitate in telling them if you’re facing difficulty adjusting in the new married life of yours.
Welcome, Open Discussions :
Good communication does wonders with everything, inclusive of marriage. It’s not necessary that your partner’s take on issues match with yours. Assuming about their choices without talking it out with them might not only hurt them, but also imply that you don’t care about their choices.
A discussion will always be appreciated and most importantly you’ll learn there about their stances.
Confide in your Partner :
Living with somebody new is not an easy task. There are a lot of things you are not used to yet. From sleeping habits to eating habits, everything is new for both of you. Help each other out and try confiding and talking it out rather than letting the pressure build up because then it can result into an outburst.
Understand them better so that they’ll start confiding in you for all their queries. Gaining your partner’s trust and love should be on the priority list for both of you.
Don’t Impose Decisions On Each Other :
You both have your own set of responsibilities towards your respective families and towards your job. If you could put yourself in your partner’s shoes and understand what needs to be done by them, your partner will trust you and feel secure with you. Your job is not to bring each other down, but to rise together.
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