Life after marriage has too many turns, don't you agree? Your life is now intertwined with another. By grief or joy you are there for one another. When you tell others that you are getting married in a few months, there is always one single question that everyone asks you – “Do you plan to stay with your laws?”
In a world where everyone loves to be independent and love to have their own spaces, people usually expect the answer to the question above to be no. You may find that you live by your laws, for different reasons. Maybe you and your partner are having trouble coping with finances, so moving with the law adds financial value. Or maybe one of the laws is really sick and in need of special care, or it may just be the culture that requires you to stay with your father-in-law after marriage. Whatever the reason, life with the laws certainly comes with its own set of challenges. There will be adjustments, there will be a lack of privacy, and your level of independence also becomes questionable.
Let's tell you this. There may also be heaps of benefits. For example, you end up saving a lot of money and also helping each other in more than one way. For example, on days when you get home tired, your mother-in-law may have already prepared delicious food for you. In addition, you will be better able to relate to your laws than you would have if you lived separately.
So we think that whatever your situation may be, adapting to your laws can be hassle-free provided you make the effort and are sufficiently prepared. Now we present to you the four ways to master the art of living your laws. Read on later and thank us.
4. Set Limits
You need to talk to your spouse or fiancé about how life can be after moving them together. Talk to him about what you expect from your marriage. Also, have him tell you how his house works. After you do this, you can set some boundaries. For example, if you like to cook without interruption, ask your mother-in-law to handle the kitchen only on alternate days. You might tell your spouse that you like the house yourself at least one night a week. By setting boundaries, we mean creating guidelines that will help you feel comfortable and get along easily with your new people.
3. Find Privacy Locations In Your Home
This one is for newlyweds who love to mess and sweet all the time. Finding privacy places is the only way to keep your intimacy alive when you live by your laws. We know that it can be quite difficult to find privacy when living with your laws, but you will have to find a way. Suppose you live in a small apartment with them, keep the balcony area to yourself. And make sure your bedroom entry is restricted (not forbidden). In this way, you get your personal space for a while on your own, and you can also use the space to cuddle with your husband.
2. Learn Not To Get Involved With Family Arguments
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