This summer I married the woman of my dreams...funny, smart, sassy, beautiful and full of life.
Once the wedding plans began, the way we treated each other really began to change for the worse, and only 4 months into our marriage I am sad to say that she has moved out and is likely not looking to reconcile.
What I would like to share with all married men is this:
No matter what the situation, treat her like the queen she deserves to be treated like. Love her daily, tell her what she means to you, buy her flowers, let her know the difference she makes in your life.
Too often we take what we have for granted and let what was once wonderful die a slow death. If I could go back in time there would not have been agruements and screaming, there would have been discussions and support. There would not have been winning and losing, but compromise and unconditional love.
DO NOT take her for granted, and remember every day the woman that you fell in love with and do what you did back then to win her heart. When times are hard dont let it drive a wedge between you, but use it as the glue that holds you together.
We always used to say "same team" in the middle of a fight when we were dating and resolve it, and somewhere we lost that. In sports I have always put the team ahead of my own desires, yet in marriage I could not see that I needed to feed her desires to make the relationship grow.
Enjoy the woman who is on your arm, because if you don't...you may look over and find her gone. And trust me there is no bigger hurt in the world than losing your best friend.