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Old 04-25-2008, 10:33 PM   #131
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CONGRATULATIONS to the both of you. All the advice you have received is priceless. My only suggestion is to print this whole thread and put it in a safe place and if a day comes and the two of you are having a tough time whether in life or with each other pull it out and read it together. It will remind you of why you two are together.
Absolutely fabulous suggestion, jp. Yes, matt, print out and laminate and save as jp said. There will be rough times and times when you and your lovely wife will want to strangle each other. Yes, it happens. But, you will work through it and come out on the other side better people.

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Old 04-25-2008, 11:34 PM   #132
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Absolutely fabulous suggestion, jp. Yes, matt, print out and laminate and save as jp said. There will be rough times and times when you and your lovely wife will want to strangle each other. Yes, it happens. But, you will work through it and come out on the other side better people.

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Thanks Katie, I just wanted to put a bit of reality into being married and yes it's is wonderful but as other things in life you may have some challenges that will test the both of you. When we get married most of us think it's going to be birds, flowers and pretty music but the days do come when you fall on hard times either in life or just not agreeing on the same things so I think you need to be best friends first. Anything after that is great. Another thing is let each other be ,love each other as you started because you can't change each other and give each other the freedom to do what they love to do and vise versa.
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