When you get married you (men and women) have an obligation to keep your health in good standing, your looks, and to not do anything radical (physically) with out at least speaking to your partner about it.
What I mean is that it behooves every married person to not all of the sudden make radical changes that would effect their health... example take up smoking or start gaining large amounts of weight. To keep up their looks... not to start slumping around never dressing up or letting personal hygienego by the way side. Or to make radical changes... tattoos when neither of you have ever had one, piercings, shaving your head, dying your hair a radical color... anything that is out of the norm for you.
((obviously if you marry some one with tattoos... there would be little issue with an additional one... accept maybe a radical face tattoo))
Do you agree or disagree that once you are married you owe the family a bit of respect of in put when it comes to changes. That you owe the family the respect of taking care of your health. and the respect of looking decent.
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