Throughout my extensive marriage of five months, here are somewhat depressing-sounding, but thoroughly helpful tips I have found that keep my marriage sane, healthy, and satisfied.
Sometimes, your soul mate isn’t meant to be your husband.
When I first began dating after the end of a long relationship, I would tell my mom about every date I was about to go on.
I know what you’re thinking, and trust me, hear me out first.
At the age of 10, I took a pledge to remain a virgin until marriage.
I just have a few thoughts as you come out of the engagement euphoria and go into logistics mode.
I’m not even in my 30s and I’ve already been married, divorced and moved countries. I know all the decisions I’ve made, I’ve made by myself only but I can’t stop and wonder, what is life trying to teach me?
2. You don’t have to plan ahead.
Yes, if you repeatedly ask the father for his permission to marry his daughter and he repeatedly turns you down (depending on the gaps between when you asked last), you’ll likely consider just marrying her anyway.
Okay people, it’s that time of year again when you spend every saved up dime you have on fancy outfits, gifts, lodging, and travel to remote areas of the country (or world if your friends are ambitious).