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Posted: 21 April 2007 at 1:02am | IP Logged
Hahahahaha Raj..   Found a thread again Tongue .. j/k
Let me cut paste what I wrote back then. LOLLOLLOL

http://www.india-forums.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=391162
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Q Does life really changes after marriage?


* Essential and major decisions that influence life / living involve 2 people- not one  It has a great benefit as well as a downside to it, depending on what you prefer as a single / ultimately plan as a couple.. there may be a change, affecting, diet, entertainment choices, exercise pattern, sleeping pattern, work  pattern


* Constant sharing of almost everything (bed, comforter Angry, TVremote ) etc can be very annoying / very cuteee.. depending on the mood.


* If extended family is involved (in-laws / other relatives living together), it can seriously mean thodi khushi, thode gham.. I can see a lot of compromise probably expected there and perhaps big unfavorable changes unless compatible?? yet I also see a strong support system- favorable change?


* For couples living away from family, other factors  may require some sort of compromise- for eg trying to find jobs in different fields in the same city  (personally, i think this has been the only change i was forced to do.. and it was / is hard)


* Familiarity - when you wake up next to the same person EVERYDAY, there is a certain some sweetness on decline.  one has to keep working on it.  It is a BIG CHANGE from being single / dating --> being married. 


* One change in your thought process is that u work and  learn to STAY in love.  It is easy most of the tims, but at times, everyone .. even people who eloped!  will ask themselves "what the hell was i thinking!"


Basically, everything is not about U.. it is about BOTH of U, so yes there are some changes.

 

Q Why can't individuals maintain the same relation with family friend after marriage?

Lack of an understanding spouse and / or accomodative relatives/ friends
& changed responsibilities and time-committments/ constraints
I see no other reasons and I don't support breaking / substantially changing other relations

 

Q Understand it's a new life but change in life holds same for men and women?

Change happens for both

 

Q Are people thinking like this inconsiderate?

thinking like what?




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Posted: 21 April 2007 at 1:08am | IP Logged
^^^qt let me know if those are tears of happiness or sorrow? Embarrassed

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Posted: 21 April 2007 at 1:18am | IP Logged
Originally posted by reeps

Originally posted by raunaq

Originally posted by reeps

Will answer after trial. Big smileLOLLOL


hope you test it soon, will wait for your comments LOL LOL LOL

The wait is gonna be long one then; how about a year-half to two?LOLLOL Though, I am very much inclined to give it a go right now.EmbarrassedLOL

Confused Why would you want to leave your bachelorette status??Confused

 

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Posted: 21 April 2007 at 1:19am | IP Logged
Originally posted by raunaq

^^^qt let me know if those are tears of happiness or sorrow? Embarrassed


Those are tears because I found a similar thread AGAIN and Raj is going to beat me up TongueTongue

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Posted: 21 April 2007 at 1:19am | IP Logged
Originally posted by souro

Originally posted by reeps


Originally posted by raunaq

Originally posted by reeps

Will answer after trial. Big smileLOLLOL
hope you test it soon, will wait for your comments LOL LOL LOL


The wait is gonna be long onethen; how about a year-half to two?LOLLOLThough, I am very much inclined to give it a go right now.EmbarrassedLOL



<FONT face="Times New Roman, Times, serif" color=#990099 size=4>ConfusedWhy would you want to leave your bachelorette status??Confused




LOL LOL LOL shayad aap ne woh kahawat nahi suna, shaadi woh ladoo hai jo khaye woh pachtaye or jo na khaye woh bhi pachtaye LOL LOL LOL

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Posted: 21 April 2007 at 1:28am | IP Logged
Originally posted by raunaq

Originally posted by souro

Originally posted by reeps


Originally posted by raunaq

Originally posted by reeps

Will answer after trial. Big smileLOLLOL
hope you test it soon, will wait for your comments LOL LOL LOL


The wait is gonna be long one then; how about a year-half to two?LOLLOL Though, I am very much inclined to give it a go right now.EmbarrassedLOL


Confused Why would you want to leave your bachelorette status??Confused



LOL LOL LOL shayad aap ne woh kahawat nahi suna, shaadi woh ladoo hai jo khaye woh pachtaye or jo na khaye woh bhi pachtaye LOL LOL LOL

But at such a tender age of 22. Nah let's enjoy some more and then think about that ladoo.Embarrassed

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Posted: 21 April 2007 at 1:45am | IP Logged
Originally posted by raj5000

Q Does life really changes after marriage?

Yes and to a very big extent. After marriage you have new problems, new happiness, new people. You have to adjust to a completly new surrounding.

Q Why can't individuals maintain the same relation with family friend after marriage?

Once you are married, you are commited to someone. You have a totally different life. You are no longer the one who can party 24/7. You have new responsibilities. You have to adjust to a compeletly new life.

Q Understand it's a new life but change in life holds same for men and women?

Yes it does. Many people think its more difficult for the women, but its not. Even the man has to get the idea that now he is commited to someone. He is not that single lad anymore that he can do anything. He has many more new responsibilities.

Q Are people thinking like this inconsiderate?

No.Embarrassed

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Posted: 21 April 2007 at 6:37am | IP Logged

Originally posted by mermaid_QT

Originally posted by raunaq

^^^qt let me know if those are tears of happiness or sorrow? Embarrassed


Those are tears because I found a similar thread AGAIN and Raj is going to beat me up TongueTongue

Lols - No don't yaa worry... so used to it Big smile.  Thanks QT - nice views there still reading. 

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