You have walked down the aisle and with tears of happiness said your vows “For better or for worse; for richer or for poorer; in sickness and in health; to love and to cherish; till death do us part." The two of you rush to the wedding get away car and head off to the honeymoon. Once back from an amazing time, the two of you are settling into what you think is real marriage. You float around the house in bliss thinking that this will last forever.
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Most couples experience conflict in the weeks (and even months!) building up to their nuptials. The pre-wedding stress coupled with the anticipation of a brand-new life ahead often leads to friction. And what’s more, in our human way, engaged couples often have unrealistic expectations of perfection and fairytale romance for their engagement period, which, when not always met, results in disappointment and blame.Here are some tips on how to minimize, pre-wedding friction.
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