There is no right or wrong when it comes to a brides point of view about marriage. Every bride is entitled to her own opinion and majority of the time views are according to customs, culture, and religious beliefs. Parents in particular are a major impact on the views and are usually highly regarded.
Spending the Rest of Your Life Together
Most brides long for a happy ending just like the fairy tales. Who does not want that, right? From the time you start planning the wedding you are also planning for your life ahead. You begin to cultivate your dreams of a lasting marriage and hope that you both will grow old together. Marriage is not a mystery or a stroke of luck for some, it is a matter of working together and staying in constant communication with each other, regardless of the situations and odds that may come your way. These are the keys to a strong rest of your life together.
Allowing the Husband to Call the Shots
Many woman today very liberal, demand the equality, and in many cases want their own way, especially in the marriage. However, in many religious views, women are expected to submit to their husbands. Submitting to your husband is not a bad thing, in fact, giving it a try can actually do wonders for the marriage and family. Understandably, some women fear submission out of fear of their husbands taking advantage or rule over their lives. This is when trust comes into play because you should not feel that way. Constant communication is important and will help you talk through, together, any concerns or issues that may arise and need to be addressed; this will help you keep a harmony in the relationship.
Being hands on when it comes to building the family
Both you and your husband should work together in raising your children and cultivating the family. Each of you have responsibilities that you will have to set for yourselves as well as for your children and the way in which they should grow up. Building the family is not the sole responsibility of the wife, nor is it the sole responsibility of the father; both of you have a responsibility to spend time, nurture, care for and structure the relationship within your family.
Quitting the job
One of the most common views is some brides expect at some point they will have to quit their job and others dread the thought of it. Fortuntely, gone are the days of automatic expectation of these changes. Today, many of these decisions and life changing adjustments are discussed and if not, they should be. The times are different and resources are different and in many cases a collective income helps the ends meet. Constant communication is the key to meeting the needs of each other, the family, and a mutual agreement.
As for a brides view on marriage, there should not be any right or wrongs; just mutual understandings, compromises, and expressions of love. These are your keys to working out difference that may arise!
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