Post marriage, I dreamt of having 2 homes but society forced me to leave one

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8 Responses

  1. Shivani says:

    Very True. We need to stand for ourselves. If boys are not expected to compromise post marriage neither do we need to compromise. Both my parents and parents in laws are important.

  2. Deeksha says:

    It’s not very easy to change the traditional mindset of people. Many in-laws believe that if they did not get the liberty why should their daughter in law get it!? It’s sad that some people still think that way. But at the end its the woman who suffers. She wants to be dedicated as a daughter in law but at the same time be a loyal daughter too. Frankly, the choice is your own. Yes, it’s going to upset people. But you have got to do what you have to do. If your heart misses your parents, do go and visit them. Don’t control yourself so much and keep it all inside you. Because one day when you can’t take it anymore, you might burst off with emotions which you never meant.
    People are going to be upset either ways. People are going to talk about you any which ways. Do what your heart tells you to do. You will have lesser regrets then!! 🙂

    • anaishaa says:

      I agree with you Deeksha. Keeping it to yourself leads to bigger piles and bigger troubles. Caring about people, we forget to care about ourselves.

  3. anurag says:

    Be confident.Trust yourself.No daughter can ever loose her parents.Even parents can never ever leave there daughters.They are always with their daughters in every walk of life.One doesn’t have to fight with anyone else in the world except self. There is a saying -खुद ही को कर बुलंद इतना कि हर तकरीर से पहले खुदा बंदे से खुद पूछे बता तेरी रजा क्या है।Make ur self so great that before writing ur destiny God ask from u what do u want.So just have confidence in yourself and do what is right according to u.You will definitely not loose any thing.Simply shed off the fear off loosing anything and just be what u r.Best of luck 😊.Keep smiling. Be happy.Don’t wait till the arrival of ur daughter in law. Enjoy ur life.It is yours only.

  4. Jaya Jain says:

    Yes it’s true I am facing the same….I HV a 4 months old baby I want take help of my mother but my in-laws does not allowed me to do so neither they help me to handle the kid…They even don’t come to see him on my floor…They said society Kya kahegi….Har roj maykei jaogi to….MAA nei kuch shiksha deeksha nhi di Kya….Jo wi tumhe apne ghar Anne deti h….But she allowed her daughter to come…Even she had made separate floor for her with all modern amenities…

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