Five years of marriage: 10 lessons and insights

2 thoughts on “Five years of marriage: 10 lessons and insights”

  1. I found myself nodding to just about every point (big surprise).
    “And after a couple of years of disappointment and argument, we now just let the other one do their thing or plan travel itineraries that work for both or find other people to go and watch a film that interests only one of us. It sounds sensible but took time getting here.” It’s funny how easy this sounds from the outside, but just how much time it takes – because somehow you’re expected to do everything together. And this expectation is in our heads, not from outside. I think it takes a lot of time to become comfortable enough to lead very individual yet entwined lives together, where neither is missing out.

    Loved reading this! ❤

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