10 Things no one says about the first year of marriage
You know that movie scene where the couple is in kitchen in the morning, give a passionate kiss? one makes the pancakes while the other prepares the orange juice and the two put the table together? So it's not quite the way things happen. What happens is that in real life, we have time to go to work, one prefers to have coffee at home, another loses time. They end up having more mismatches than dating. And of course, this can influence the frequency of sex at times. On the other hand, the moments in which they are together are even more incredible because of the longing!
2. Waking up in a good mood (as in dating) is not a daily habit.
You may have slept together before the wedding and it was all a marvel, but the daily conviviality is unforgiving. At some point, the bad mood will manifest and it is important to learn how to deal with this new side of the partner you are getting acquainted with. And you will realize that even with a sulky face, that person will remain the love of your life.
3. Going to bed together is not always a reality
One of the two may be playing video games until late or watching one movie while the other is falling asleep on the couch and decides to go to sleep. You will not always want to do the same things at the same time. The grace of love is for each to have their own life and to choose every day to be together anyway.
4. Sleep tight? Only if it's in the first five minutes
There's no one who can sleep on the shell all night, after all, we all move in our sleep. But one thing is a fact: the position is a delight to relax and begin to fall asleep and you still discover that there are other ways to show love in addition to shelling.
5. Intimacy can have a dark side
Sharing such intimacy with the other person is something that comes with a lot of complicity and affection. However, everything has two sides and you may be a little surprised to see that the partner really likes to sleep in punctured clothes, wake up disheveled and with breath. The secret is to take everything in a good mood and enjoy the nuances of real life.
6. Sometimes the house will be very messy
Before marrying, you came to believe that the house would always be in order, but suddenly everything seems to create a life of its own and the mess seems to be almost by itself. The crockery then almost pops up in the sink. It was all so much easier at our parents' house. But at this moment the companionship comes even stronger and you, together, overcome any disorder.
7. Sunday lunch is not always whimsical
For you, Sunday is a day of cooking something together, learning new things in the kitchen. The problem is that laziness arises, until going to that fast food or eating a cake at the fair near home seems the best option at the moment. Best of all is that you do not care about it, even a miojo seems like a good choice next to your love.
8. Going to the market stops being cool in a short time
At first, you even have fun choosing what to buy, taking home many goodies to eat together watching a movie. But this excitement does not last long and soon you will be one playing to the other the responsibility of this torturous task. How about taking turns?
9. You also marry your partner's family
Constant visits in your home, full of keen insights about your married life can happen. Now you are a single family and it is important to maintain a good relationship with people close to your partner, even if it requires a lot of patience. Understand that families only want your good in this new phase.
10. You are going to discuss the relationship ... and that's okay
There are people who tremble at the thought of talking about the relationship, but when you begin to share the same roof with your partner you have to trim some edges, impose some limits and even increase tolerance for some things. This is part of the routine of the couple and can avoid future setbacks. After all, as much as we have promised to be together in joy and sadness, health and illness, we have not yet come with instruction manual. That is why dialogue is fundamental.
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