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Marriage changes your life. There are adjustments to be done and some compromises to be made. Here are some points for newlyweds that will help them have a smooth sail after marriage.
Marriage is a lifetime commitment…a lifetime relationship that begins with getting engaged, tying a knot & finally accepting each other as a better half or spouse.
This relationship can stem from love marriage or an arranged marriage. The sanctity of the relationship is felt when the couple holds each other’s hands and promise to be there forever. As time passes, the relationship strengthens and flourishes.
Marriage changes your life. There are adjustments to be done and some compromises to be made.
Here are some points for newlyweds that will help them have a smooth sail after marriage:
Simple, straightforward but effective tips. Happy Married Life to you!
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