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Top 5 Mistakes Newlyweds make

Every marriage has its mistakes and learns together through time, but several extremely typical mistakes are committed and are not considered, especially by newlyweds. The fact is that you both have a lot of work to do to keep your relationship going. Couples would want to avoid marital conflict as much as possible, but this is not always feasible.

These are frequent mistakes made by newlywed couples and how to avoid them.

Mistake 1.  Expecting your spouse to change overnight

Don’t get into a marriage believing you can change your guy or lady once the rings are exchanged. This is a recipe for disaster in your marriage. If you don’t like something before being married, it won’t suddenly alter after you’re married. Just because you’ve committed to each other doesn’t imply you can mold your spouse into your ideal match. Allow for mistakes while remaining clear about expectations, and constantly continue to grow together.

Mistake 2.  Not setting boundaries early enough for third parties

In certain circumstances, a married couple’s marriage involves not just the husband and wife, but also parents, in-laws, closest friends, or other persons beyond their inner circle. It’s certainly wonderful to have a beautiful, strong support system to aid you and your spouse when you’re confronting a challenge. But if those folks turned out to be demanding, or complicating matters, then it’s time to pull the rug. So, before you let third parties into your relationship, you must realize that you and your spouse have to set limits about external participation, such as avoiding informing others about your marriage’s internal difficulties.

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Mistake 3.  Expecting it to be as in the movies

Don’t expect a storybook romance or a perfect rom-com if you marry. 95% of relationships will never be as in the movies. People in real life have obstacles, issues, and challenges they battle every day. They don’t become error-free just because you are married now. It never works that way. You’ll be shocked to learn that your spouse might not be as perfect as you envisioned them to be.

This time around, you must learn to appreciate the real-world love you and your new spouse have and leave the movies for screens.

Mistake 4.  Being secretive about finances

Everybody has money problems at times. One common error that many wedded couples do is not being completely honest with one another about their financial condition or concerns. The woman may hide away receipts from her costly shopping or the husband may have invested a large portion of their money in an enterprise without informing his wife.

Unfortunately, money is one of the leading causes of divorce, and so we cannot emphasize enough the need of being open and honest with one another when it comes to household finances. A husband and wife should be aware of how much money they make, spend, invest, owe, lend, or borrow. Leaving a gap or completely being dishonest in this will surely backfire, leading to difficulties, sooner or later.

Mistake 5.  Making decisions without consulting each other

It takes two to tango and marriage is a union of two persons. Everything in a marriage should strictly be teamwork. This also entails that you should always consider their perspective while making a choice, especially one concerning the family, money, job, or other key life direction. However, many married couples make the error of not discussing their partner while making plans or decisions. Most likely, these newlyweds have not yet adjusted to their recent status and are still used to living alone as a single person, but that should alter the moment you take your vows. To make things easier, begin including your potential spouse subconsciously in your plans and aspirations, so you may consider their opinions and judgments.

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