Honeymoon disappointments

This really sounds rather bizarre:

Around 10 per cent of newly-married women are seeking counselling to cope with their "secret sadness", according to psychologists.

Many are turning to marriage guidance websites for reassurance about what they should expect after the excitement of their big day wears off.

Did anyone really ever believe the "get married, live happily ever after" bit?

Still provides an opportunity to retell an old joke, from back in the day when sex was something that happened after marriage rather than before.

Niagara Falls has been the second biggest disappointment for many a newly wed bride……

4 thoughts on “Honeymoon disappointments”

  1. I wonder if there is a difference for those who co-habit before marriage? I suspect that those that co-habit have a greater expectation that after marriage things will be different/better.

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