Thursday, March 2, 2017

What my Husband / Marriage has Taught Me


Being married at the age of 25 might be too young for some, but for me, I think it's just right as I know that I'm with the one already. I know to myself that I'll be spending the rest of my life with him. I know he's the one I want to have a family with. And now we do! Being independent as I was before, and now that I am married, it kind of shook me. Hehe! It was a whole lot of different from what I am used to (well, duh). Especially, we have a ring that symbolizes that we're pretty much stuck with each other forevaarrr. Lol!

I know to myself that I'm not the sweet type of wife. There was even a time I forgot our anniversary, and I hated myself for it. And I hated thinking about others. Selfish lang! Well, in my defense, I've been kind of independent at a young age. Well, not financially, but mostly emotionally. I never cried to my friends about family matters. Not that I remember of! Haha! I always thought it's not their business, so mostly I handle things on my own.

Anyway, when I got married. A LOT has changed. Not just my surname, but also, I have to think about someone else. *rolls eyes* Joke!!! ;p

Now here are some of the things marriage/my husband has taught me...

WE ARE 2 MINDS NOW
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When there are decisions to be made, I used to just think whether it will do me good or not. Just for myself. But now, I think if it will be good for US, and he does the same. Especially for our little girl, we decide, the two of us, not just me or not just him.

BETTER LISTENER
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Well, this is not much of a change for me as I'm a good listener. Lol! But really. Now though I am a better listener of his ramblings, and I hope he is as well. Hahaha! Whenever he tell me things, I give my unbiased opinion as much as I could. Hehe

PATIENCE
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Yes. I think we have learned this one a LOT.

TO LOVE
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It may sound corny or what, but being married taught me love, like real love. I don't know how to explain it but I did learn how to love. Naks!

THE FEELING OF BEING LOVED
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And so is the feeling of being loved. Let's just live it as it is.

NOT ALL MEN WANTS SEX ALL THE TIME
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Yes. I guess that's how we used to look on men when we're getting older but now, I learned that not all men wants sex all the time. They get tired as well. Lol!

MEN ARE JUST BIG BOYS
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When it comes to games and toys, YES.

Again, these are just based on my experiences. :)
How about you? What are the things you've learned or are learning now that you're married?
Share them on the comments section! ;)

I know there are still more that I will learn or I might have forgotten (LOL), but as of now this will do! Hehe ;p

8 comments:

  1. Ya it is important to find a person that loves and tolerates. Glad you found your perfect half =]

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  2. Yes i agree with you. Men will always be big boys. Nowadays not as many couples get married this young due to career reasons, but getting married early has its advantages as well.

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  3. Got married at 25 and had my first baby at 26 very similar process we had. I'm definitely a more patient women now especially when.I have 2 big babies with me 😂

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  4. While meeting someone that's you thing he/she is your Mr/Mrs Right,that's the time go for the next chapter.

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  5. Lhourdes MercaderoMarch 6, 2017 at 5:09 PM

    I agree, it's not only the surname we change. When you get married is not going to be the same, we have to think about our husband.
    I agree again, not all men like to do sex everytime, hahaha! But keep the fire burning.

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  6. Wow! A lovely sharing, really wish I will meet a man that I can spend my life with & learning to be a better person ;) cheers, SiennyLovesDrawing

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  7. Marriage is a roller-coaster ride, but it's true we will learn a lot from it whic will make us a better person one day

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  8. I got pregnant at 17 and we married each other 4 years later. Patience and the feeling of being loved are what I also learned from the years I have been with my husband. Sex, yes it is important. It is God's gift but I agree that not all men want sex all of the time. Watching One Piece while I am wrapped inside his arms will suffice :) More power and love to you and your husband!

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