Tuesday, September 18, 2012
plmlove:

Cold Feet Before the Wedding? Listen to Your Gut
If you are a lady who is getting married soon, and you are starting to have doubts, think twice about going through with it. A recent study indicates that cold feet can be a sign of bad things to come. Researchers found that women who had doubts before the wedding were two and a half times more likely to divorce in the first for years of marriage. And, among those who stayed married, they reported lower levels of satisfaction with the relationship than those who had no doubts going in.

On my aunt’s wedding day she got “cold feet.”  She called her parents and her father (my grandfather) answered the phone.  My aunt told him what she was feeling.  He told her she had to marry her fiance’.  Fast forward 20+ years and she regrets walking down that aisle every single day.  Had my grandmother answered the phone, my aunt would have never married her now husband.
Gut instinct is gut instinct.  You trust it.  Always.

plmlove:

Cold Feet Before the Wedding? Listen to Your Gut

If you are a lady who is getting married soon, and you are starting to have doubts, think twice about going through with it. A recent study indicates that cold feet can be a sign of bad things to come. Researchers found that women who had doubts before the wedding were two and a half times more likely to divorce in the first for years of marriage. And, among those who stayed married, they reported lower levels of satisfaction with the relationship than those who had no doubts going in.

On my aunt’s wedding day she got “cold feet.”  She called her parents and her father (my grandfather) answered the phone.  My aunt told him what she was feeling.  He told her she had to marry her fiance’.  Fast forward 20+ years and she regrets walking down that aisle every single day.  Had my grandmother answered the phone, my aunt would have never married her now husband.

Gut instinct is gut instinct.  You trust it.  Always.

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