Maybe it was a statement that a friend made- she was surprized at a couple phoning each other during day. Or snide behind -the back comments that I overheard about a couple intimately dining together-
"Maybe they don't have friends? Or then they surely lack an adequate social circle."
Is it too extraordinary then to go on a date after you get hitched or married? I mean what happened to all the love and intimacy of the run up to marriage? It happens to an extent (but not hundred percent) in the Indian context where earlier generations viewed marriage as bringing up children and attending to material advance and serious family business, wary of the lighter aspects. Perhaps the times demanded it.
I'm glad to say things are different now, but need for valuable investment and that bonding of two persons as friends and lovers.
I'd recommend the richer life experience where a couple need to see an outing beyond a "social get together" but just as a "together" evening of leisure time to consciously savor each other’s company. To rekindle earlier romance or just bond as "best friends".
I strongly suggest you drop the carryover mind-set from the past that used to go " once you have kids -, as if youth went out with the seven "pheras. I’d recommend you consciously build on the fun and laughter of the "popcorn an movie" dates. After all you are as young as your heart is (emotional heart, that is).
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