marriage

Marriage is not so much a word as it is a sentence–a life sentence.

  • Aissatou Barry
    Published 9 days ago
    The Wedding Night

    The Wedding Night

    All my life, my virginity was an essential thing for me. It had taken its own identity. It defined me and made me who I was. So when it came to the day that I was no longer a virgin, it was a big deal! I remember the talk of the wedding night being of importance. Culturally it was not to be spoken of until the day before the wedding night. But it was not a secret to me. All of my older married friends had given me a glimpse of what the wedding night was all about.
  • Aissatou Barry
    Published 9 days ago
    Twenty-one and Married

    Twenty-one and Married

    Yep, twenty one and married indeed. When I decided I wanted to get married, it seemed as if everyone had an opinion. Like literally. There were some like “finally, girl you getting old,” while others were like,” you have your whole life ahead of you.” It was a never-ending discussion until the day of the wedding.
  • Friday Vibes
    Published 21 days ago
    Marriage On The Back Burner

    Marriage On The Back Burner

    So when the COVID-19 Pandemic started, my husband and I made the joke about coupl es during this time. Wondering how everyone would hold up under pressure. How many relationships would fail during this time? Little did I know, our relationship struggled a little during the time we've been at home. It just feels different. Almost like dealing with each other was forced. I mean, we've worked from home together for years on end. We are always in each others face, so you would think that having to deal with a stay home order would be a simple thing for us. Turns out, that was a lie.
  • Jide Okonjo
    Published 21 days ago
    How Much Salary Should a Man Earn Before Considering Marriage?
  • Whitney Riddle
    Published 22 days ago
    Roller Coaster Life

    Roller Coaster Life

    Do you ever feel like your life is a roller coaster, I’m here to tell ya it is. Now I am not an expert I just have experienced it and still am experience it. What I define a roller coaster life for me is when you climb up to the top of the first drop that is something that you are working on and then when you drop is when life is going great. You will have several big climbs, because I consider the big climb is a new chapter in your life and you are having to figure and work things out. It has been going on since you were born and to whatever you are going through now. When you go to the Theme Park you want to ride the roller coaster over and over, but in life you end up wishing you won’t have to go through the roller coaster again. I will tell ya though when you keep going on the roller coaster it makes you stronger. I hope you don’t think that life is easy because the Man upstairs gives us obstacles to learn and to have more faith in Him and yourself. Believe me I have had several roller coasters and some I never knew if I was going to get over the very first climb, but I always did. It isn’t easy by no means, it is hard, but you need to keep fighting through it because if you don’t your ride will never end. I believe everyone can make it because once you do it makes the next climb much, much easier for you to climb over.
  • Timchenko Vladimir
    Published 26 days ago
    7 Convincing Reasons to Get Married
  • Diana Barrientos
    Published about a month ago
    Marrying Young for the Right Reasons

    Marrying Young for the Right Reasons

    Hey there, I've been pondering the question regarding to marriage for quite some time now. I know what you all may be thinking, if you're writing about marrying young, you must be a teenager. Nope, I'm actually 26 years old. That doesn't make a difference in many eyes, I am fairly young. However, I've been in a loving committed relationship for the past six years. Six years may not sound like a long time, but, to our generation we might as well been married for 35 years already (lol). I've known my Fiance for the past seven years. The first year we were getting to know one another, playing cat and mouse to be honest, and becoming friends. We shortly realized we were falling for each other, and we made our relationship official in 2013. Fast forward to December 2016 we started talking about marriage, and not because our peers and loved ones were pressuring us (even though they were earlier in our relationship) but because we love each other and want to build and grow together.
  • Karthik Royal
    Published 2 months ago
    5 Signs Your Wife Wants A Divorce (And How To Prevent It)

    5 Signs Your Wife Wants A Divorce (And How To Prevent It)

    If your marriage is 'on the rocks' and you're worried that your spouse is thinking about asking for a divorce, then this article is for you. I'll explain a few signs to look for that indicate your wife is thinking about divorce, and I'll tell you how to stop it and how to begin repairing your marriage.
  • Horoscope Specialist
    Published 2 months ago
    Love marriage prediction: The secret of a Happy married Life

    Love marriage prediction: The secret of a Happy married Life

    It’s tough to Make predictions, Especially about the future but not about the marriage life. Marriages are made in heaven, a very famous phrase which has a certain truth about it, as one can’t foretell who is going to marry whom. A prosperous marriage is a long Conversations which always seems too short. Our Astrologer Specialist provides marriage predictions based on the date of birth and time.
  • Cassandra Masopeh
    Published 2 months ago
    5 steps to stay married in Lockdown!

    5 steps to stay married in Lockdown!

    The world as we know it has changed forever . Families all over the world are in lockdown as a precaution against the Coronavirus. Suddenly and without much warning at all , everything that used to drive us and keep us busy doesn’t seem to matter anymore. We are at home , or at least most of us are. Some of us are having to work from home and others cannot work at all. So how are you married folks out there faring? We used to spend more waking hours with our colleagues at work than we ever did overall with our spouses. How is this working out for you? Has this been an easy change for you? How are you coping? Are you finding out or rediscovering your spouse’s annoying habits? Or Are you falling in love all over again? Here are 5 steps that could help you keep calm and stay married.
  • Em Em
    Published 2 months ago
    We Survived To The Six Month Milestone Of Our Young Marriage.

    We Survived To The Six Month Milestone Of Our Young Marriage.

    We planned our wedding in 7 days. When we moved in together my husband brought home 15 pounds of pork. It really looked like he sneaked to the farm and slaughtered a whole pig. We are on a tight budget which means we mainly eat pork. I do not like pork. I did not have experience cooking with pork as my childhood diet mainly consisted of chicken and beef. The first time I made a meal for us, I cooked pork medium rare, just like I would do with steak. It came out looking delicious, but then he cut into it. Every single piece was bloody. I was embarrassed. Luckily, my husband found a quick solution by microwaving the pork for a few minutes. My husband’s love for pork is difficult to break. He turned out to be an expert in meat, spices and cooking. He showed me about 101 ways to cook eggs. He once made lots of meatballs from ground pork and some beef. There were so many that it made me think that he cooked for an army of hungry soldiers. I gave half of it away to my family.
  • Felicia Lee
    Published 2 months ago
    Battle of the sexes

    Battle of the sexes

    That verse is epic . . . “ it’s like the war of the roses going on in my place” OMG I AM SO TIRED OF THIS HOT OR COLD LUKE WARM, PLAYING ON THE MEDIAN MOTHER FUCKER. Who raised this piece of chocolate, strong build, sexy, womanizing ass boy,?