Posts Tagged marriage


Still my favorite

Yesterday, my Facebook memories reminded me of this post, from five years ago as we were approaching our fifth wedding anniversary. I wrote a blog post about it then, but I just came across an article about marriage in the New York Times, where Dan Cole of the Gottman Institute said, “40 years of research on […]

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10 Years Later…

10 years ago today, I stepped onto a driveway and changed my life forever. There, I met a guy with dark hair wearing a white Titleist visor and red board shorts. He was cute and friendly and mixed me a (very strong) gin and tonic, and the rest is history. I have been with Chase […]

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Marriage isn’t hard, life is

I often hear people say “marriage is hard.” I disagree. I’m not saying my marriage is perfect, but with the ups and downs our family has experienced the past few years, I’ve realized that marriage isn’t hard, life is. You can be cruising along, then something knocks you off course. The success or failure of your relationship is dependent on the way you deal with the hard […]

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