For Anne Hathaway , marriage was the change that finally allowed her to feel comfortable in her own skin. Hathaway, who wed Adam Shulman in 2012, opened up about the profound way that marriage shaped her to Elle , saying, "He changed my ability to be in the world comfortably." And while Hathaway knows it's a little taboo for women to talk about needing the men in their lives, she's not hiding the value she places on Shulman's role in her life. "I think the accepted narrative now is that we, as women, don't need anybody. But I need my husband. His unique and specific love has changed me," the actress revealed. Hathaway has long been open about the vital role marriage played in her relationship with Shulman, previously explaining , "We both talked about it beforehand and how it wasn't going to change anything, but something shifts, and I don't know what it is. ... I didn't realize that I was keeping a part of myself protected, and it's kind of all on the line now. I'm his and he's mine." See More: Chad Michael Murray and Wife Sarah Roemer Welcome Their Second Child But as much as marriage เช่าชุดไทยเพื่อนเจ้าสาวราคาถูก has been a huge shift for Hathaway, so has new motherhood. The actress welcomed son Jonathan Rosebanks Shulman nearly a year ago, an event that she says instantly changed her perspective on motherhood and how fellow parents should relate to one another. "When [my son] Johnny was a week old and I was holding him and I was in the ninth level of ecstasy, I just all of a sudden thought, 'Mommy guilt is invented nonsense.' We're encouraged to judge each other, but we should be turning our focus to the people and institutions who should be supporting us and ชุด เจ้าสาว 2014 currently aren't," she told Elle.
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