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Let's work together to keep the conversation civil. I got married almost three years ago and have a happy married life. My husband and I love each other, and are even thinking of starting a family in a year. But here is the problem, I miss the days when I was single and unmarried. I crave for that freedom and end up getting depressed when I go down the memory lane.
I feel like talking to other men and going on dates, like I used to do when I was a spinster. Also, I had no responsibilities and used to get so much me-time during those days. Now, I end up being irritated and pick up fights with my husband. I know all this is a part of married life but what should I do to improve my state of mind? Should I go to a psychologist? Please help. Each stage of life comes with some challenges and you have to make some adjustments to successfully navigate through that stage.
This ability to adapt with the situation prepares you for the next stage of life. So once you strike an adjustment with all the changes that come in life after marriage, it would give you an ideal frame of mind to think about family planning. You are happily married and love your husband but crave for freedom you had before marriage. I would suggest you to reflect on what exactly you miss about your single days. Is it the excitement of the interaction and conversation with other people? Well, marriage does not stop you from that as long as you know your boundaries and maintain healthy relationships with men.
Or is it the attention you used to get from other men? Again, reflect on what makes you feel like that. It could be a probable reason that you feel you are not getting enough love, care and attention from your husband.
A candid discussion on this topic can help to sort out this matter. Or is it your inability to set your boundaries and claim your space peacefully? Freedom is experienced when you feel you can take your own decisions—be it having me-time, talking to friends who are male, or opting for self-care before you engage in any domestic work.
It is a journey from expectations to acceptance— which you need to start after marriage. If you truly feel you deserve something, others will start offering it to you as well. Thus, it starts from you. There is no harm in seeking professional help to facilitate this process of self-love and self-acceptance.
You tend to lose yourself while trying to please others. And in that overwhelmed state, one often tends to become irritated and get annoyed by little things.
Here again, working on yourself in terms of claiming space and boundaries peacefully and assertively would help you to a great extent. Zankhana Joshi is the founder of Tatvamasi—a Mumbai-based counseling center. A weekly guide to the biggest developments in health, medicine and wellbeing delivered to your inbox. Thank you for subscribing!
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