The most magical and happiest day of your life is now over and you two are now tied together by the ties of holy matrimony. As you now move forward in your life, you will now realize that there are certain differences between married and unmarried life. A number of issues will crop up in the 1st year of marriage and if you are able to work through it, the bonding will only strengthen over time.
Here are the likely newlyweds relationship problems in the first year and some tips to solve them –

1) In-laws
A common problem in newlyweds married life is to deal with bad in-laws. You might have already experienced what it is like to deal with in-laws during the entire wedding planning process but there is a possibility of personality clash even when you are married. When a problem with your in-laws arises, do communicate to your partner about the issue. Always remember to be respectful and be open to dialogues with your in-laws and even with your parents if you believe that they are encroaching upon your set boundary. When you have a clear and transparent communication system in place, you will be able to start your own family and maintain the existing ones.

2) Finances
If you are arguing about finances with your husband on a regular basis then it is imperative that you sit down and have an open discussion about it. You must have both short-term and long-term goals in place. Do you want to buy a house in the next 5 years? Do you prefer to spend more on vacations and recreational activities? The answers to these questions will lay the groundwork for spending habits for both you and your husband. When you work together as a team you will be able to accomplish your goals more easily and the new financial situation that you achieve should work both for you.

It is very important that you have the same basic values as your partner. If you are the type of person that like to spend money on expensive clothes it’s nice when your partner understands this. If you are on the stingy side, marry a more frugal type. This way you avoid dangerous arguments about finances in marriage, which often lead to a divorce. Also check what you think about any children and their upbringing. Maybe you want to become a stay at home mom but your partner but your partner disagrees. Its better to communicate these things upfront it’s normal to have your difference but if you are total opposites it’s hard to understand each other.

3) Conflict resolution
Every couple has their own style of arguing. There are couples who yell and bicker at each other whole some couple simply refuse to speak with each other and withdraw into their shells. Whatever be your style of confrontation, there must be an agreement as to how you are going to resolve any conflict or trivial issues that may arise in your relationship. There will be some fights which will be unresolvable through one or two discussions and you need to slowly work towards reaching a resolution.

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