After being married, do you change your attitude towards your friends??

@saunty (604)
India
February 3, 2007 12:37pm CST
Very often its being seen that a person after being married changes his/her attitude drastically towards his/her friends, i dont know what makes them do so. What you people think towards this??
5 responses
@kparab (302)
• United States
3 Feb 07
NO you don't change ur attitude knowingly. It like few more people have come into your life and need your time and energy so the friends get a bit of less time than previously. Probably these things come knowingly unkknowingly makes you feel drifted apart from your friends sometimes the friends too might fail to understand you circumstances but a nice chat makes it all back to normal
@saunty (604)
• India
3 Feb 07
yah !! you may be right, but still i have noticed that the person definitely changes his behaviour , he goes more closer towards his relatives rather then their friends, its not just due to mere scarcity of time, there should definitely be something else..
• Pakistan
8 Feb 07
yes ofcourse definitely u can be change attitude after marriad u can responsible our family so the companyfor friend can be limited or selected
• Philippines
8 Feb 07
i still get in touch with my friends, we talk sometimes over the phone, chat on the internet. but i dont have night life anymore i dont go out with my friends which i was when im still single.
@kaydee10 (268)
• Philippines
8 Feb 07
There are some cases that the husband/wife that does not want their partner to be with friends anymore because they expect their partners to be full time with them.
@sensesfail (2251)
• India
5 Feb 07
yeah the attitude toward a partner should never change.Love em the way you you always do.
@yaneeps (122)
• Philippines
5 Feb 07
my attitude towards friends did not really change after i got married. it's just that my priorities have changed. when i was single, i could be with them physically every time. but now that i am married, i could go with them only when time permits. between my work and family, i seldom get free time. but my friends know that whenever they really need me, i will drop everything to be with them. only if it is urgently necessary for me to be present. my friends should understand that i need to nourish my relationship with my family. in the same manner, i understand their circumstances whenever they cannot meet my expectations of them. family is always the priority.