I don’t like looking at my wedding photos. There, I said it. It’s not that they aren’t beautiful, objectively they are. Rather, it’s that the story they tell is incomplete.
I was so excited to marry my best friend, but it was after things settled in that I began to hate being engaged.
How can you find Forever if you’re always looking for the end?
I forgive you for believing I was out to ruin you or that I wanted him back.
Don’t get married for the wrong reasons and don’t settle for cohabitation when you want more. If you make the right decision here – and it’s a big decision – you’ll spare yourself untold amounts of conflict and regret in life.
I had no idea that being married would bring out so much of who I am as a person, to the point where I now feel more like myself than ever before.
Nobody in my life is more important than my children. #1 and #2. Which means my ex-wife is #3 in my life no matter what.
Here’s to the girls feeling so damn alone wondering when it’s their turn.
“The very small things are very important because that’s what you have over time. So do nice things for each other and say thanks and be kind to each other. These things absolutely, absolutely, absolutely add up. The big things are important too, but I would argue that these little things are actually more important in the end.”
My wants today may differ from my desires next month. Thus, I respond by essentially saying that nothing forced will work. If a guy isn’t ready, he won’t propose, no matter how awesome you are. If a girl like me is not ready, she won’t let her guard down for any man.