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I was told I needed to learn to say “yes ma’am” to everything Casey wanted.The crux of the tip was that the wife should win all arguments and get whatever she wants whenever she wants it.
I was told to hold off on marriage until I was financially sound.
I was told not to marry someone unless I had a lot of things in common with that person. People constantly comment on how little we have in common with each other.
Casey and I couldn’t be anymore different from each other. Despite all of that, we love the hell out of each other and love spending time with each other.
Seems like a stupid little game that not many people play, but it put far too much pressure on our marriage in that little department and it caused all kinds of problems that didn’t get worked out until year 8 of our marriage.
I was told not to marry the person I love but to learn to love the person I marry.
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By Francesca Di Meglio Ideally, couples see some sort of counselor or spiritual advisor before getting married.Just like I don’t need to know all the weird things she and her friends talk about–nor do I need to see her use the bathroom.The key is having common sense on what should remain secret and what needs to be discussed. I don’t mind a good violent action movie and Casey can’t mentally handle a violent action movie.Thirteen years ago, after Casey and I let the cat out of the bag and told everyone we were engaged, we were both bombarded with marriage tips.Some of that advice was good advice and some of that advice was… Unfortunately for us, we didn’t know which tips were good tips and which tips were bad tips.Seems like a tip to help someone avoid the difficult parts of marriage.