The lives led by people as individuals are vastly different from the lives they lead after marriage.
Although single life has it's many vicissitudes, they are greatly altered by the addition of another party into
the situation. Even the simplest things change drastically when you marry the special person in your life,
such as eating, sleeping, and working.
The changes in one's eating habits are altered by the addition of another person into their everyday lives.
Before we marry someone and get ready to settle down into the life of a husband and wife, our eating habits
more related to the life we lead on an every day basis. Eating takes place when our daily schedule permits
or we take time because the need arises. After marriage, that special person in your life decides what is best
for you and a schedule has to be formed around their need to take care of their spouse. They want you to eat
all the proper foods at the proper time in order to take care of you, whether you are hungry or like the food.
This is all done out of love and the best of intentions. Although this whole process can be annoying, the
best thing to do is to go along with it in order to avoid offending or rejecting their good intentions. The
adjustments actually become more beneficial and pleasing than the initial complications created.
Getting married also alters sleeping habits. The changes made by the addition of a spouse can be the
hardest part of adjusting to a marriage. While single, you went to bed and the whole bed was yours to roll
around, lay in the most comfortable position, and no one woke you just to see if you were asleep. Once
the marriage takes place; the bed suddenly becomes less than half its original size. The significant other in
your life tends to stay as close to you as possible, as if you were going somewhere in the middle of the
night. The task of rolling over at night...