What I’ve Learned From Marriage In (Almost) One Year

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Last July, I wrote a post titled What I’ve Learned From Marriage in Two and a Half Months. Now, my husband Jefferson and I have been married for almost one year. Actually, our anniversary is this Monday. I wanted to blog about what I’ve learned since that last post…because boy, it’s been a lot.  Continue reading “What I’ve Learned From Marriage In (Almost) One Year”

Erasing The Stigma: Post-Marital Counselling


As many young Christian couples do, Jeff and I went through pre-marital counselling sessions during the months of our engagement. At least within the Christian community, this is widely accepted. Actually, most pastors request or even require you to do pre-marital counselling before they will perform your ceremony. But what about after the wedding? Does your need for counselling disappear?   Continue reading “Erasing The Stigma: Post-Marital Counselling”

Wedding Anxiety…Marriage Anxiety

This post may be hard for some of you guys to relate to. But just think of it as any-big-event-or-life-altering-decision anxiety. I have always wanted to be married. I have not always wanted to get married, i.e. have a wedding. Wedding planning stresses me out – and my mom is doing most of it for me! This post is not only about my wedding-stress, but it’s also about my commitment fears. We should be able to talk about this stuff, right? Continue reading “Wedding Anxiety…Marriage Anxiety”