marriage and women
Increasingly women are refusing to be the one compromising in a marriage. Adjustment is a two-way deal and no one has the right to burden their partner solely with it.
Women across social media are complaining that the pressure of getting married has mounted on them in the last four-five months, ever since India went into national lockdown.
Why married women in our society have to worry about social or familial repercussions for prioritising their parents?
For us, longevity and prosperity are the only parameters that define the success of a marriage. It doesn’t matter how a marriage lasted for thirty years, or fifty.
It takes counselling and intervention for us today to realise that the chink in the armour came from within.
At the end of the day, the choice parents and society have in front of them is very simple. What bothers you more, your bruised ego or the distress of a beloved?
It is very easy to look at a stay at home wife/mother as a pampered wife. But is she truly just that?
If you are thirty and single, the society will see you as a failure. Why not become “self-partnered” like Emma Watson?
In cultures obsessed with marriage, “leftover women” who fail to tie the knot before reaching a certain age are looked at…