Why Do Couples Get Into Conflict After A year Of Marriage?
Every day, social media is flooded with reports of breakups and divorces. Most people believe that lack of communication could be the reason, but they are mistaken; it is compatibility with your partner that is important. All of the communication in the world will not be able to save an incompatible couple.
So, here’s where I explain why couples have problems so early in their marriage: It’s known as the “honeymoon phase.”
When a young couple begins dating, both are on their best behaviour. Each will try to impress the other with their charm, sense of humour, knowledge of the bedroom, and, of course, intelligence and ability to hold a conversation.
And, after falling in love and marrying, the honeymoon period lasts (roughly) 1–3 years after the wedding vows.
Their true colours will emerge once the honeymoon period is over. True colours imply that the couple lowers their defences and allows their true self to emerge, as well as old habits that have been hidden, to come to the surface. Idiosyncrasies emerge irritating habits emerge, strange rituals are witnessed for the first time, and we begin to see our new spouse in a new light.
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