Post # 1
Well, Bees, we’ve now been married for six months. My querie is – how do/did you feel six months after your wedding? More in lOve? More easily annoyed by him? The same? I would like to know if my experience is normal or not.
Post # 3
@Firstthingsfirst: well what has your experience been? lol
I feel closer and my love for him grows everyday. It isn’t that outgoing and “in your face” love that is was years ago but it is a deeper/better form. We are both happy but have ourbad days. He is still my only choice and I am still his. We have had disagreements but things (for the most part) are smooth sailing.
I get annoyed with him as much as I always have lol seriously, I have been with this butt head for years! I think my over all feeling is content 🙂
Post # 4
@Payless: I’m so glad you responded! I didn’t want to say because I didn’t want to cause any people to reply or not reply. I feel very similar to you… I am deliriously happy, obviously it’s not perfect – nothing is – but I am pretty dang happy and realize that our relationship today makes any struggles or frustrations we have experienced in the past eight years completely worth it.
Congratulations, I wish the best for you and your husband in the future.
Post # 5
@Firstthingsfirst: I thought the point of a thread was to get replies lol
Glad your experience is good! I was worried that you were going to be unhappy with the current situation (this was an assumption based on the lack of personal info. given). Super thrilled to see that my earlier thought was far from the truth!
Mr. Payless and I thank you! We look forward to more happy months/years and wish the same for you and your hubby!
Post # 6
Six months after the wedding was really confusing. Some days felt like I was on top of the world. However, other days I couldn’t believe we hd gotten married because I was so frustrated. I was used to living alone for the most part, and having my life in order and scheduled. Once we were married, my husband’s stuff entered the home, we had to plan things together all the time and it was not easy for me toe control over everything.During the bad days I reminded myself about the good things and our love for eachother and that we were annoying eachother accidentaly.
We have been married for one year and four months now. Things have leveled out. I hae learned to relinquish some control, while he has learned to include me in decisions he would typically make on his own. Nowadays, our bad days are fewer and short lasting. Our love has grown as well as our appreciation for eachother.
Post # 7
@Firstthingsfirst: got married a week before you so I am right at that same mark. I went into marriage not expecting much of a change from our happy, healthy relationship. But, surprisingly, somehow it is even better and i am even happier with him than before! I love being married to him. It just feels like we took it to an even higher level (which honestly, we’ve been so solid and without any real issues for so long, I didn’t think there was a higher level).
We lived together and made all decisions together for 3.5 years before getting married, so any adjustment period was long since past.
Post # 8
ive been married for about 10 months 🙂 i love it! its been a bit of an emotional rollercoaster but i think thats because im 8 months pregnant and pregnancy apparently turns me into an unstable lunatic haha
we lived together before hand so there werent any dramatic changes in our life (baby aside) and we’re just really really happy!