How My Life Has Changed Since Getting Married.
I got married nearly two weeks ago. The wedding was beautiful, the temperature and sunlight were perfect for photos, the food was exactly the way it was supposed to be, the music and celebration were awesome, and the girl… Oh my, the girl. Words cannot describe the girl. Most people would likely claim that getting married will change a relationship. Depending on who I asked randomly on the street, some could be quoted saying marriage has a negative impact on relationships, and might compare it jokingly to a prison, and a spouse to a “ball and chain.” Some, however, will argue that marriage has many benefits and complexities that will only create problems if you let it. They’ll say that fundamentally, your relationship and love for one another is the same, but the changes that life brings makes for a curveball here and there that will alter the way both people are forever. Now I’ve only been married for 12 days so far, so I can’t really speak at all about how married life affects people. What I can say, however, is that I don’t feel any different than I did when I wasn’t married. At least, not yet. Hang and I, in my opinion, did everything right in terms of our relationship, and our lives have changed in a rather minimal way since being married. I’ll take you through a few things that I believe caused this: