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Coping with Change After Your Wedding

The wedding is an exciting time, after all when else in your life will nearly all the people you and your partner love be together in the same room? However, lots of couples have a hard time coping after the wedding. Those familiar feelings of being “in love” are usually really lust. And these feelings are known to wane after the first two years or so. But this does not mean your relationship is over! Instead, it’s the perfect time to embrace the deeper connection you are building with your partner. With each challenge you face together, a deeper bond is forged. Don’t despair if the butterflies are gone, it’s a good thing and means that you’re on your way to creating a mature relationship based on trust, partnership and lasting love.

Suite101 says marriage can be hard work, but it's well worth making it work.

Posted: 3/10/08