What do Newlyweds Really Think after They Tie the Knot?

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That first year of marriage, man. It's hard. Being a newlywed isn't all rainbows, kittens, and leftover wedding cake. The anonymous secret-sharers of Whisper have some very eye-opening confessions about what newlywed life can really be like.

1. Flirtations or Temptations?

Flirtations or Temptations?

This one's hard. While it's true that you don't have to stop looking just because you're married, you can't go elsewhere for attention. If you find that you need to, everything's not as rosy as you probably expected.

Maybe, Baby … or Maybe Not

Comments:

peony blue
@serene the points raised are not negative just people's point of view and congratulations being a newly wed!
Meghan
This makes me not want to get married
Sil
So depressing...
Isabella Coles
I hope I end up like you @Serene I can't wait to move out from my parents soon - and finally live with my fiancΓ©!
Serene
Sorry, meant to say the points raised in this articles are negative, not the comments!
Serene
Why are all the comments all so negative?! I am newly married and I am much happier than before we were married!
Joowly
Marriage is work. If he/she isn't doing something, then communication is key. Be open, be kind, and listen.
Cierra
I see myself saying i miss my parents if I ever married by BF because he lives in Toronto and I live in Atlanta. I live less than 15 minutes away from my parents. It would be tough not to see them as often.
Monica
Some people get married so they fit into the cookie cutter world..fulfilling society and family expectations..that's why they become ho-hum after marriage..it is a rude reality for some
az
this is the most depressing article to post on valentines day :(
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