A relationship is built with difficulty but it can shatter in a blink of an eye. Sometimes it seems as if people deliberately break up. After signing the sacred marriage contract, when two people and two families tie a knot of acceptance, love and responsibility, there’s a short span of time when everything looks perfect and it seems as if their love is eternal and he bond unbreakable. But sadly this doesn’t last long and very soon starts the blame game.
The wife thinks husband has changed; the husband thinks wife is getting bossy, mother in law starts playing her cards. The expectation versus reality game begins, the couple start hating each other and families stop seeing each other. The dove of love takes form of a horrific beast.
Very often this battle ends up in divorces, turning people into zombies and homes into deserted places. The remnants of guilt, mental turmoil and loneliness cause permanent scarring of the hearts. Amidst the battle of love and hate, ego and pride, the ones who actually are at the maximum loss are the kids.
The separation of parents, state of utter confusion and despair, loss or trust renders these delicate beings emotionally scarred for life. Many a times this trauma takes a toll on their mental health turning them into bipolar sadistic personalities who look for prey to victimize with their drive to cause pain.
They burn with vengeance. Such persons in turn face hard time building relationships. They often become cheaters, treacherous and unable to commit to a relationship. Unable to love their parents, they blame them for all their failures. This is yet another dilemma of present age.DISCLAIMER:The articles and views posted on this blog are the opinions of individual authors only and as such may not reflect the opinions of Pious Couple staff, editors and readers. They are solely meant for educational purposes and not any illegal purpose. The authors/shuyookh are not responsible or liable for the intentional, reckless, or negligent actions of any individual. Any person who posts, quotes, cites, copies or otherwise relies on any article or comment associated in any way with Pious Couple blog bears sole responsibility for his or her actions, choices and words. While constructive criticism and meaningful discussions are welcome; abusive comments, name calling or intolerance towards other religions, race, sex, countries, etc., will not be entertained. Pious Couple reserves all rights to delete/edit any type of comment or discussion that is inappropriate Islamically, morally or otherwise.