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This I Know About Love and Marriage

They are everything…Entering the therapy room, sitting across from the person I had vowed to love yet could barely stand, I cringed at everything he said and did. I criticized; I lacked empathy and humility; I interrupted; I didn’t consider his strengths; I withheld affection…

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What if. . . When you were here, and I stuck there. what if. California had been Lejeune. Norfolk had been Okinawa. what if. The music would’ve changed. the lights would’ve come on. the night would’ve ended. what if. A seven had been a nine. a pen was out of ink. what if. The…

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DEAR HUSBAND, I APOLOGIZE. I Realize I Haven’t Always Been A Good Wife. Well, Actually, I’ve Known It For A While. But, I’ve Just Been Too Stuck To Admit It. I know what you might be thinking… I’ve been a good mom. Sure. I do what I need to do. Sure. I have done my job…

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We’ve gone from extravagant costume parties, to chasing toddlers up and down the street, to knowing the days of trick or treating are coming to an end. And, here is what I’ve learned. Marry the guy who loves your whiskers along with your antics. Marry the guy who giggles when you…

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He’s a boy I met in a bar when we were in our early twenties. My lipstick was red, and his southern twang was thick. I thought my friend liked his friend, or I would’ve never agreed to dance to The Violent Femmes, Blister in the Sun… let alone give him my real number on a cocktail napkin…

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It was only the beginning of an epic adventure. To wed…is a verb. It’s a ride no one can prepare you for. But, if I could, I would tell this young bride to brace herself. To give grace. To forgive. To trust. To enjoy the process. Young love is just the first chapter. Growing older together…

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This year we will miss sharing our traditions. We will miss doing all of them together. I’ll remain in the rear trying to make sure the holidays are special for the kids, while he’ll be forward, feeling a hole in his heart, missing, yet again, another family moment…

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