The engagements don’t end in marriage, not because the couple splits, but because they just choose to stay engaged.
While many women view getting married as the culmination of their romantic lives, it’s important not to forget that for some, practical considerations are equal to or outweigh the romantic ones.
Marriage should all be smooth sailing, filled with chore division and mutual effort. But there’s a big divide from where we are in theory and where we are in reality—and it can drastically affect your marriage.
Although it would be nice to think that being pregnant and unmarried would no longer have a stigma in the 21st century, some social prejudices die hard.
As soon as you get back from your honeymoon, it’s time to brace yourself. The baby questions are coming.
It's easy to think that being in a codependent relationship means you that you spend too much time together or start to dress the same, but that's not really what codependency is about.
It can happen slowly and, the truth is, you often miss the signs because people don't have a great understanding of what codependency actually is.
The longer you're with someone, the scarier the idea of a breakup can be, so putting some time and effort into making your relationship strong can be a great idea.
Hinting and prompting is, unfortunately, still a way that some women try to procure an engagement—and it’s not a good idea.
Pre-wedding jitters are a totally normal part of getting married—but they’re still enough to make anyone panic.