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THE VOWS HAVE BEEN EXCHANGED, THE GIFTS HAVE BEEN UNWRAPPED, THE HONEYMOON WAS A BLAST, AND THE THANK YOU NOTES HAVE BEEN WRITTEN…

…and still, regardless of how long you’ve been together, being married is different.

The first couple of years can be a challenge because learning how to do marriage the right way takes some trial and error. I don’t share this with you to make you second-guess your decision of saying I Do, but what I hope is that you have realistic expectations of each other, of yourself and of the newlywed season. 

We asked our followers at MARRIAGE365 what their best advice for a newlywed couple would be and this is what they said:

Think before you speak. Once something is out of your mouth, you can’t take it back.


These first few years of your marriage will either make or break your relationship. Keep your marriage on the right track by becoming a monthly member to MyMarriage365.


Written by Meygan Caston
Meygan Caston is the co-founder of Marriage365 and lives in Orange County California with her husband Casey and their two children. She loves the beach, dance parties, writing, spa days, and helping couples connect in their marriage. Her life-long dream is to walk the Camino, have lunch with Brené Brown and get on The Price is Right


 


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