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Can you imagine what it’s like to really desire something, work hard, save up for it, and two weeks after the purchase, you start to regret the decision. That’s what you call buyer's remorse. It’s the sense of regret a person feels after having made a purchase, normally a pretty expensive one. It may stem from the fear of making the wrong choice, guilt over extravagance, or a suspicion of having been overly influenced by the seller.
It’s quite interesting to note that a lot of newlywed couples tend to experience buyer’s remorse in their marriage, shortly after the euphoria of the wedding and honeymoon. The process of merging together as one typically presents new challenges and problems to every couple, however, the differences which seemed very intriguing and attractive while dating, suddenly becomes very annoying and frustrating in marriage.
Most couples that experience “buyer’s remorse” in marriage tend to experience conflicting emotions because they did not adequately explore what they were looking for in marriage and then manage their expectations afterwards.
What most people think they want in a relationship is not really what they need. Join me today at 5pm EST as we discuss what you need to look out for before plunging into marriage.
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