Marriage is nothing if not compromise. You're literally going to share the rest of your life with another person and no matter how well you two got along while you two were dating, you would have to bring some changes into your life after you get married. Your spouse is a jerk if he or she asks you to make drastic changes into your life, however, they aren't being mean when they tell you to stop texting that one person.
I'll be honest with you; it isn't easy to adjust to how someone else would have you live. You might even find them to be somewhat controlling in the start, however, there's a fine line between being controlling and being a person who just wants the joint life you two have, to run smoothly.
So without further ado, here are some things you can't do after marriage:
1- Not giving them a reason:
Some people feel like they aren't accountable to anyone but themselves and, you know what? They're right. However, they're right only up until the day they're single because once you're married, you can't just assume that your spouse would be fine with everything. You can't stay out late at night just because you had to go to some party and not tell your spouse about it. You literally have someone at home waiting for you who don’t have a clue where you went. For all they know, you got hit by a truck.
To be honest, you aren't exactly supposed to just text them telling them you'll be late and think that that's the end of it. Give them a reason, an honest reason on why you can't make it home on time and then wait for their response before jumping in the car to hit the club. If you two made plans then you can't miss out on them even if it's the world's most boring plan, you made a promise to your spouse which should hold greater value as compared to an abrupt plan. - Continue reading on next page