This holiday season, be conscious of your budget, take note of her taste, and heed a few simple design rules to get her a gift she’ll love.
When your husband comes home, or when you come home to him, ask him what he wants, and give it to him. You love him, right? He’s not a bad person.
My husband’s illness robbed me not only of the strong man I had leaned on for all of our married life, but also of the little things I had somehow taken for granted.
No matter what he says or how many restraining orders he gets, I am—I always have been—the wife of Mr. X.
The day you say ‘I do’ is about so much more than you, your anxiety, and your ability to flawlessly recreate your Pinterest board. Don’t miss the beauty inherent in the day itself.
My wife and I are 20 years apart, and traveled many winding roads to finally reach each other.
Don’t turn a personal preference into an iron-clad rule. Mrs. is not a perfect name for all women, even married ones.
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