Advice Needed

posted 3 years ago in Vow Renewals
Post # 2
Member
1227 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

To answer your question, a renewal ceremony will not jinx your marriage or create bad luck. You’ve been together 10 years, that is no small accomplishment. Obviously a date will not change a marriage.

I have to ask though: Why is your wedding date such a taboo topic just because your brother ended up getting a divorce? Furthermore, why would you let his divorce stop you from celebrating your anniversary? That’s ridiculous.

I would celebrate the original marriage date every year and I would tell family members how hurtful (and ridiculous) it is that they don’t acknowledge the day just because of your brother.

Post # 4
Member
41 posts
Newbee

It’s not bad luck. You need a new date one that brings extra happiness into your marriage. 20 years and you are strong finding a space on the calendar that you can celebrate your marriage and success as a couple. You both deserve that

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