…ried. Man, I hope so. I hope we don’t stagnate and cease to change and grow the day we get married. At year 12, I’m making a decision to love my wife as she is now and not the person she was 12 years ago. That person no longer exists and never will again. Life has happened. Kids have happened. Hardship …
The most beautiful line in the entire piece. I wish we all could fast forward in life prior to getting into relationships. People change. Women change. Men change. Husbands change. Wives change. Heck even the kids change. Allow your spouse to change and grow and life would be so much more enjoyable together as a married couple. Unfortunately, this is rarely if ever discussed in life, and we life with the fantasy that people must remain the same after marriage despite having kids, incurring debt, attempting to save money for rainy days, improve ones self, and maybe even caring for a sick/elderly parent.
This was a very good article. Thank you for sharing you life lessons with us.