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Difference in the life of an ordinary woman before and after marriage

Updated on April 28, 2015

Life, for a woman specifically ordinary woman, it has its meaning only before marriage, after that it is just the duty you perform for others, your in laws, your husband, your children, your relatives and the list isn't finished yet, it still goes on. You have to make everyone happy whether you like it or not as if you are a clown wearing a mask. The reality is somewhat closer to wearing a mask, everyone wears, so you too have to in order to please others because if you don't wear it your boredom towards life will be shown in which obviously no one's interested. People only want to hear good things, no one wants to listen to the sad story.

A woman before marriage is fill with dreams and lives in a fantasy world no matter to which class of living she belong to. She has hopes for a much better living after marriage. She wants to be free. She wants freedom of living, freedom of speech, freedom to live her life the way she wants to because you only live once! If she is married it doesn't mean her life is ended up, infact it means the new chapter in her life has begun for which she has high hopes. She is a queen in herself because her parent had made her feel so, but who knows that just one day that changes her life so much, her BIG DAY changes everything. Every daughter is a queen but every daughter in law isn't. That sums up all. This is highly seen in the societies where ordinary woman lives. It is now a part of her life that she has to deal with. Now she has stepped into a different world. Unfortunately, this isn't the fantasy world she was hoping for but a different world where there is no room for mistakes, where there are responsibilities everyeher. This wasn't the world she dreamt of.

Some people need to get this straight that a woman after her marriage is still a woman. She needs love and care. She needs little reasons for being happy, she needs attention. The thing she doesn't need is to be scolded everytime. Just because she is married now, it doesn't mean it is obligatory for her to please every single person.

As it is rightly said by Dita Von Teese : " You can be the ripest, juiciest peach in the world, and there's still going to be somebody who hates peaches." Every girl is a princess to her parents and every parent want their daughter to remain a princess even after her marriage, but no one wants to treat their daughter in law like one. The question is why? Just because she isn't your daughter. As it is said, " Be the change you wish to see in the world." If you treat your daughter in law the same way you want your daughter to be treated in her in laws, then the world can surely change.

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