Indian women have always been perceived as a symbol of sacrifice and love. They have the responsibility of moving the family forward irrespective of their feelings and wantings. This constant suppression of her own needs can lead her to a very monotonous and depressing life.
In many cases, the husband-wife relationship is also questionable. Unhealthy environment, fights, lack of intimacy, financial troubles are a few of the many factors which are denting marriages in a big way. Still, couples try to sideline their differences for the betterment of their families, especially their children and learn to adjust with each other for a mutually beneficial goal.
But is this adjustment healthy? Is this what marriages are supposed to mean?
Well, we all know the answer but it is the Indian culture within us which makes us do sacrifices for our loved ones. But does this mean that we stop living? As individuals and adults, we all have few requirements which needs to be catered. Presence of someone who loves us understands us and supports us is a necessity for all. The problem arises when that ‘someone’ is not our life partner, then what could we do?
Dating apps like Gleeden are tailor-made for women who are facing difficulties in their married life or who wants a temporary get-away from their monotonous day-to-day life. Gleeden provides a platform where like-minded individuals who may/may not be facing the same problems in life connect and try to cater to each other problems or requirements in a way that was missing from their respective spouses.
The presence of a platform like Gleeden might be a boon for many married women who are stuck in their never-ending marriages. Gleeden has provided a sense of freedom for women by providing a platform on which they can trust completely and which caters to their requirements in the most subtle and secretive way. It has also been noticed that women who use Gleeden are much more confident and happy in their respective lives than before.
Infidelity is okay. We must not abuse the subject. We all fall in love multiple times right? Then why we start discriminating it after marriages?