You must Sign In to post a response.
  • Category: Family & Life

    Why after marriage things change?


    How does marriage change the relationships within the family? Are you worried that some of your relatives or family members change their relationships with the family after their marriage? Get some tips here.

    Why people change after marriage? How and why behaviour of a husband towards others specially his parents changes.

    I have seen many examples where a boy loves his parents but things change after his marriage and he starts ignoring his parents and the time comes when he gets separated from his parents.

    What's the reason of it.

    Don't we know how to make balance in relationships?

    My younger brother had great affection with the mother but I don't know what has happened as now he doesn't like my mother and doesn't even like to talk to her. May be his wife teaches him against mother.

    May be, as my mother and her wife have frequent quarrels thats the reason why he doesn't have good relations with the mother as he had in the past.

    What should boys do so that their relations with the parents doesn't get affected after marriage?
  • #153065
    This is a very pertinent question and many families are facing this problem today.

    Marriage is a big event in the life of two people - bride and the bridegroom. It is a start of a new relationship. There are hopes and aspirations in this bondage and there are also hidden hopes of raising a family and future together.

    The boy is in his parents house but the girl is coming from some family to this house to stay permanently. She is missing her parents and initially tries to look up to the parents of the boy expecting some resemblance there. She does not find any such thing rather sees a lot of expectations from her from discipline to morality. She suddenly finds herself in a tight spot and feels as if in a cage. The only thing in which she finds comfort and solace is the love bestowed on her by the husband.

    Initially the boy loves both the parties - one side his family another side his lovable wife. After some time both the parties start to feel as if the boy is not giving them their due concern. Then starts the tug of war. Whom does the boy like more?

    In most of the cases the intimacy with the wife wins the game and the boy starts to detach from his family members thinking that his family members are not doing justice and good behaviour with his wife.

    The result of all this leads to disintegration in the family and in many cases the boy starts living separately with his wife.

    Over and above that, if his mother and his wife are of quarreling nature or selfish then the situation of separation takes place early.

    The question comes why a lady can not treat her daughter in law as her own daughter and another question also comes in mind why a daughter in law can not treat her mother in law as her own mother.

    So this is a complicated relationship and very few matured and prudent persons can live together harmoniously after the event of marriage.

    The mindset of a mother in law is totally different from that of a mother. The same lady will behave differently in these two roles.

    So the solution is not very simple and only cordial and cooperative people can have a peaceful coexistence.

    Knowledge is power.

  • #153071
    This is a peculiar problem that many families in our country are facing. Here the two ladies involved should have the adjustment mentality. Otherwise, the life the man involved will become pathetic. It gives very nervous moments to the man.
    Parents, brothers and sisters are the relations you are getting on their own. You have no say in getting these relatives. It will come on its own. But the wife is a person you have selected and coming into your life. Both wife and husband have to lead their life together and children will be their common property.
    A mutual understanding and cooperation with each other among these two people will be the key for a peaceful solution.
    A man has to see that he will never be inclined towards a single person. He to be more balanced. In small issues it is better if he is not getting involved and leaving it to both of them for solving is a choice. When a problem comes one should see the problem as a whole and see that the two parties involved will be able to understand the issue positively and amend their ways.
    There will not be any rule book or guidelines to solve these issues. One has to be analytical and should be unbiased in solving these problems.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #153090
    Things change after marriage, but not relations. I found your statement wrong mentioning that your brother's wife teaches against your mother. Without any proof its wrong blaming others. When a guy or a girl gets married there will be changes in both families and even in their relation with their relatives.
    First let me tell you about a girl. When a girl gets married she needs some time to get adjusted to husband's family and their life style. Definitely she will change because she has to live there life time. In that moment even the husband side people should support her and teach her politely their customs. But instead most of us try to find negative in her actions and start blaming her where at first the bonding with relatives goes wrong. Its better we support her and even respect her feelings till she gets adjusted.
    Now when a guy gets married he stays in between wife and parents. He can't leave both but at certain case or situation's force him to take some decisions which will not be willing but for his family sake he has to. In this moment his parents has to support him for his decision because of his peaceful life and even for his future.
    Now the affection after marriage towards parent change because its a cycle . It had happened the same with them at their time. No doubt there must be change due to generation gap. But's its life fact every body should accept it. For a moment they can recall their life and find the difference.
    At last I wish to say its a great change in life for every body in the family where it has to accepted politely with positive thinking. Instead of blaming its better you think where you are wrong for the change in behavior in your brother. First include your brother's wife as a family member then everything will set right on its own.

  • #153094
    Things are not changing. Persons are changing or made changed. Till marriage to anyone parents are necessary or indispensable but once marriage is over he think wife is important over parents and so he started neglecting parents. Nodoubt girls are coming by leaving their parents and brother,sisters but for that she should not make her husband to leave their parents and relatives. The husband should make her to realize both side relationship are important through his exposing as well action. Similarly he should also treat both side people as his own. In young age it may be feel pleasure but day by day they realize little bit little about the importance of relatives by that time they will not turn or available due to the age.
    Major reason for the misunderstanding for the girlside is understanding the husband side family practices. Here they should realize that when we access and abide by the rules and regulations in the office/workplace, it is not hard or difficult to obey the practice of husband side. (By advising this only I made my wife so understanding and she spent her whole life -27years of married life- with pride and every relation of ourside as well her side felt bad on her depart.according to them she lived as a role model of a married girl.)

  • #153098
    We could see a drastic change in the behaviour of the son towards his mother after sometime and such a change starts slowly and with the time the relationship widens due to two primary reasons the first being the wrong feed - back provided by the wife regarding his mother's behaviour in his absence and the second one is due to irritation of the wife towards mother - in - law's ' behaviour - especially due to her over reaction or over - administration. The humane - treatment to cement the bondage may be absent from both of sides.
    The husband has special fascination for his wife because of newly formed relationship apart from his fulfilment of sexual urge. The old days are forgotten when mother left no stone unturned for the fulfilment of wishes of son.
    Only with the maturity level of all the members can resolve the problem. The family - members should come forward with the open discussion so that the issues could be solved.
    An honest and sincere approach can resolve the issues amicably.

  • #153118
    The statement "Maybe his wife teaches him against mother. " is really not acceptable. This kind of problem is existing in every another family at least in Indis but it is not right to blame the daughter in law for that. Her husband is adult and mature enough to think on his own about what is right and what is wrong.
    In the relationship of marriage, it is only the girl who leaves her family, her home and even many of her belongings with which she spent almost 22-25 years of her life. All these, she did not do to teach her husband but to have a happy life ahead.
    She needs love, affection and support during her initial days but in most such cases, what she receives is a pile of rituals, customs and a lot of expectations. Do you think that merely in 1 day with the transition of 'Miss' to 'Mrs.', she becomes master of all such things? No, that's not possible. And when she fails to meet the expectations of the elders in this new family, she gets criticized by them and then the war starts.
    In such situations, she expects her husband to be at her side and I do not find anything wrong in that. She left her home, her parents, siblings, everything to continue his family so cannot he supports her in her bad time!
    Actually, an understanding needs to be created between both the generations. We cannot blame anyone. The in-laws need to support and guide her rather than pouring lots of expectations on her shoulder. They need to treat her like a family and not an outsider. I myself have witnessed weird behaviors of the mother in laws for their daughter-in-laws many times. Secondly, they should also give time to the newly married couple which helps them in creating a stronger bond on understanding.
    On another side, the girl should be patient and should give time to get things normalized.

    Padmini

    Living & Learning- simultaneous processes!

  • #153146
    Nothing serious in this. It is common phenomenon is mostly domestic life. This happens in animal too.
    Bottom line is your mother should understand too privacy of your brother. If she has financial dependency on him then it is understandable but otherwise she should enjoy her life way she wanted. When parents starts ignoring children or when they passes away , then kids understand importance of them. Better you keep your mother along with you if you don't have any problem.

    Avi
    Life Is Beautiful


  • Sign In to post your comments