Question 1: Both men and women complain the same thing - I lost my freedom after marriage. What do you think about it? Who is correct and who is wrong? Who enjoys more freedom?
Question 2: In childhood too, kids don't enjoy too much freedom and restrictions are imposed on them by parents and relatives. Then why do they say they lost freedom after marriage? Though man has more restrictions in childhood and teens, he mostly complain about loss of freedom after marriage. Is it a real fact? Or what could be the other factors which force him to believe so?
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|Also hesitating to accept the partner's virtues is another reason. There are many husbands in Indian society who think that if I accept what she says or do what she says, I will lose value in her eyes. Truth is that her joy gets doubled in her eyes - Sandhya Rani - 3 years ago|
|After marriage, for every action and decisions we may need to think or consult with the partner. During childhood days, we don't have much decisions, and blindly follow what our parents have decided for us. - Sandhya Rani - 3 years ago|
|Yes it's true, in India men enjoy more freedom than ladies, and for the same reason even silly questioning can hurt their ego - Sandhya Rani - 3 years ago|