We are millennials. We are afraid of commitments and phobic of marriages. We are afraid of change and can’t understand the fundamentals of adjustments, compromises, and sacrifices when it comes to relationships. We want to live ‘happily ever after’ without putting much effort and coming out of the comfort zone. Still, in this era where Facebook status is more important than a relationship status, we are learning to say ‘yes’ to the marriage!
So I was thinking, how our thought process has changed from “I don’t want to get married” to “I want to spend my entire life with you!” How our perception has changed from “How someone can spend the entire life tolerating the same person” to “How to live survive alone in life!” – we grew up!
What actually changed our minds?
- Positive vibes?
- Fine hopes?
- Or just a person who says (and truly means) “I will there for you, no matter what!”
I think all of the
We can’t steal originality, innocence, and craziness. Instead, we can give enough love to yourself and your partner. Initially; when I was scared and confused, my partner just held my hand and told me, “Take your time!” And that’s it. This small gesture of kindness did all the magic. Being kind to each other is very important.
Frankly speaking, when we feel that a particular person is “Home” – who makes us feel safe, secured, and protected – You are there! It definitely takes time. To find a perfect, cozy, and little messy home takes time! But it’s worth it. We have to be lost to find each other. And when we find HOME – our happy place – all our fears of “marriage” vanishes. We feel proud to choose each other and have faith that we’ll be good.