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Behavioural Changes After Love

It is almost a universal fact that change is a way of nature and that relationships change over time. One cannot categorically say whether change happens for good or for bad but it is something that all of us need to come to terms with

Relationships undergo a change from the dating stages to post marriage. Your expectations from a relationship could be entirely different from what you get after marriage.

Change of any sort tends to be at least a little stressful, yet because it is inevitable, welcoming it as an opportunity to enhance the relationship is more yielding than evading change from happening. Planning for changes together can lead the relationship into new and exciting places.

Changes in other areas of your life, outside your relationship, will have an impact on what you want and need from the relationship.

Reasons for change coming about

With marriage comes the additional responsibility of fending for your partner, something that you had not been doing before marriage. This caves into your income and your priorities and needs gets rearranged. In this regard you need to be sure that you and your partner take time to discuss negotiate responsibilities.

Proper communication
Once married, you spend more time with your partner and as a result end up talking to the person more than anybody. Hence the most important thing is that you need to do a great deal of careful, respectful listening to what each wants, and a lot of careful, clear communication about what each of you wants. Several factors can bring about a change in your relationship after love. Some of them are:

Financial and money related matters
Your partner's family
Changes outside the relationship
Some steps which could help you maintain a good relationship and adapt to the changes that come about are:

Be aware of what you and your partner want for yourselves and what you want from the relationship.
Let one another know what your needs are.
Realize that your partner will not be able to meet all of your needs. Some of these needs will have to be met outside the relationship.
Be willing to negotiate and compromise on the things you want from one another.
Do not demand that a partner change to meet all your expectations. Work to accept the differences that you see between your ideal and the reality.
Try to see things from the other's point of view. This doesn't mean that you must agree with one another, but rather that you can expect yourself and your partner to understand and respect your differences, your points of view and your separate needs.
Where critical differences exist in your expectations, needs, opinions or views, try to negotiate.

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