What are the do's and don't on girl/guys nights out for a married couple? Clothe,curfew,places ?
These types of getaways are more common for younger people who want to hold onto some single traits. A lot of people worry about keeping their self identity when in a relationship/marriage.
It's one thing to go to a play, have lunch, or attend a sporting event. However when it comes to hitting the nightclubs, weekend getaways, or week long exotic tropical vacations..etc
You could be playing with fire.
It's here where the person who wants the "getaway" time from their spouse will say there is a "Trust" issue. Honestly it may not have anything to do with trust but simply a difference in the idea of what marriage should be.
There is no "right" or "wrong".
There is only "agree" or "disagree".
Life is much easier when you marry someone who wants what you want. If you envision a marriage where there will be "boy's/girl's night out" and separate vacations it's best to have that discussion before saying "I do." Trying to change someone's way of thinking after the fact can cause frustration and resentment.
Marriage is less about YOU & ME and more about US & WE.
If you still feel a strong need to "party" with the boys or girls there is a good chance you are not ready to settle down yet.
by Annie7 years ago
Should a married couple stay together for thesake of the children, and keep the family unit...together.
by Anthea Kwaw6 years ago
What suggestions do you have for a married couple to spruce up their sex life when it dries up?
by butterflyz14 months ago
How often do you think married couples have sex? Or should have sex?
by Quest5 years ago
What would be best vacation for a married couple that has been together for 11 years...
by Sumi2 years ago
What traits should a married couple share to be labeled as the 'Best Couple'
by Karen7 years ago
Is it better for a married couple to have separate or merged bank accounts?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.