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15 Ways Television and Movies Lie About Marriage

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“Getting married does not magically change your whole personality!”

We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us about the lies TV shows and movies tell us about marriage. Here’s what they said:

1.

When serious problems, and even the possibility of a divorce, come out of nowhere.

ABC

“I understand that there is more entertainment value in a scandal or dramatic event that turns things up for a perfectly happy couple. But in real life, there are red flags, baggage and personal struggles that persist so long that it’s hard to say you’ve never seen a problem ahead. “

sierraclouse

2.

When couples get married and that solves all their problems.

NBC

“The roms-com specifically show marriage as the ultimate happiness in life, when it really is only the beginning.”

racheljm1021

3.

That all married couples want children and that all women have their baby’s fever and end up winning over their reluctant male partners.

NBC

“I love Brooklyn Nine-Nine, but Jake and Amy’s pregnancy story was almost inaccessible to me. They had a whole episode on how people who don’t want kids just need to talk about it! And of course, it was the woman who wanted children and intimidated her husband. As a woman who has no children by choice, I am ABOVE this shot and I expected better from a normally progressive show. “

zoer11

4.

That married couples do not have normal problems like paying their bills.

NBC

I hate the few shows that show real problems with married people, especially when it comes to bills. I’ve never seen a single show tackle not being able to pay their bills and worry or have their stuff shut down. If they show it, the problems are solved as if by magic off screen. “

kayla131313

5.

When married couples don’t seem to love each other at all.

ABC

“Did Mitch and Cam’s Modern family same as the other? They constantly hide things from each other and try to overlap. They are both super self-centered, especially Cam. I don’t know how they stayed together all these years. “

izabellad

6.

When one or both parties become completely different people after marriage.

E!

“Being married doesn’t change you like magic! I see so many TV and cinema couples who think and act like that. I was with my husband for three years and we lived together most of the time before we got married Nothing has changed except my name (because I wanted to change it) and a few tax things. “

rakishlass

7.

When couples get married during / right after high school and actually stay together.

Fox

“I understand that this is happening in real life, and that a few couples are really ready for it. But many couples on teen dramas would be divorced like 10 minutes later because they just don’t work in the world real but they still stay together! That happens in a lot of high school shows, and it pisses me off. “

human_being1757

8.

When a woman does her husband a “favor” by having sex with him.

NBC

“As if she would never be in the mood and he could never be. You don’t owe your partner’s sex at any time!”

b4b8566c7c

9.

When a woman is described as an authoritarian and needy authority who prevents her husband from doing everything he wants.

ten.

When couples don’t communicate about big purchases.

Fox

“I don’t buy anything big without talking about it first. It’s just a common courtesy to make sure you’re on the same page with the way you spend your money.”

katies4866f3362

11.

When one partner is in charge and is basically related to the other.

ABC

“It seems that there is generally one who directs the show while being essentially parent of his partner and supporting his” antics “. A marriage is supposed to be a partnership of equals and the couple must always treat each other as such. My husband doesn’t ask for my opinion rather than my permission, and I do the same. “

prncsspeachy

12.

When the spouses share everything and stop being their own person.

13.

When married couples do not have conversations about what is bothering them and this degenerates into a giant argument.

NBC

“Married couples on TV never just talk about stuff and it always escalates into this massive fight that ends in tears and screams. In reality, couples have little arguments every now and then, and generally work on what’s going on fairly quickly with minimal hurt feelings or anger. “

321missmaximoff

14.

When step-parents hate their children’s partners and vice versa.

BenderSpink

“It’s so much too much played. I understand that there are families who don’t get along, but it would be nice to see a stepmother get along with her stepdaughter without being bitchy and a stepfather not being loud, silent, “I’m going to kill my son-in-law.”

blueribbs84

15.

And when couples go to great lengths to hide things from their partners.

Central comedy

“It drives me crazy. People will do anything to prevent their spouse from discovering something that could be resolved by simple conversation.”

christinmcrich

Are there other things that television and movies tell us about marriage that just aren’t true? Ring in the comments below!

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