Before you got married, you have always had to take care of
you and your family with your money. Now, you have to constantly remind yourself that what you have is for both of you.
You both might also have totally different ways of managing your
finances that might cause serious issues in the first year of marriage.
Learning how to balance your spending habits and your financial
situation is a tough hurdle that every newlywed couple will have to get
Your ideas of hygiene and daily habits might differ which would cause
issues in the first year of marriage. You might be a cleanliness freak
and your husband might just overlook things like that. This can cause
The way you both respond to stress is totally different so that might
cause an issue between the both of you. You both will have to understand
each other before that issue can be sorted out.
No matter how cool you were with your fiance’s family before marriage,
being officially man and wife will bring about a few changes. There are
obligations to consider and boundaries to set in that first year of
Couples sometimes feel so comfortable in their marriage that they don’t
have that urgency to connect physically like they did when they were
dating. This leads to boredom. Perhaps it’s that you know you can get it
whenever you want. Sometimes, one partner is more comfortable with
letting sex take a back seat while the other feels resentful. This
becomes one of the challenges of the first year of marriage.
Although many couples have already lived together for a while before
tying the knot, some couples are greeted with surprise when they move in
together as a married duo.
If you’ve never lived together before, you’ll be faced with what to do
with chores in the first year of marriage. If you both work full-time,
you will have to come up with how to divvy up everything in such a way
that one partner does not feel resentful about doing it all. You may
also consider hiring help.