Even though marriage is all about mutual trust, giving each other enough privacy in certain matters is crucial to happiness in the relationship.
Which relationship does not require certain privacy. When it comes to two individuals, marriage even though calls for sharing and caring and mutual understanding, warrants some privacy. Here are certain areas where individual privacy is to be respected by both the spouses…
Interacting with own group of friends
With marriage, no doubt, another set of friends forms that includes best buddies from both the sides. However it does not necessarily mean their existing set of friend circles also get to be dragged into this relationship. Letting your spouse enjoy her or his company of friends is also healthy to a relationship. So allow your spouse this freedom to interacting and mingling with her or his own friends groups.