Culture

What have I done!?

Panicked Bride
Panicked Bride
A bride is a woman about to be married or newlywed. The word may come from the Proto-Germanic verb root bru, meaning 'to cook, brew, or make a broth' which was the role of the daughter-in-law in primitive families. In Western culture, a bride may be attended by one or more bridesmaids. | Bride, Marriage, Panic, Wedding,

If having second thoughts about marriage, think again.

"A wedding is the ceremony in which two people are united in marriage or a similar institution." If having second thoughts about marriage, think again. The sanctity of commitment is not bound by the biblical origins of religion; it is solidified by the expectations of your heart. So ameliorate yourself to becoming the vision you see in your better half!

Congratulations to the partnership that will harmonize the impediment of loneliness. Don't be baffled by the exaggeration of moving forward in a new lifestyle. Be ebullient that you found someone who wants the same things you want out of life, the joyous experience that you have found a lifelong friend, who will welcome you with loving arms after dealing with the hardship of the outside world.

The rights and obligations of knowing that you can trust a person whole heartily is the reassurance that you should move forward in your relationship. Celebrate and ensure that their past won't become your future and know that you have made an arrangement where you both agree to cooperate to the advancement of your mutual interests, which are each other.

Marriage is the kinship of becoming a family that I never had and always wanted. It is the settling of my mind immersing me in the fact that I was never alone. I just had to find the person that would appreciate my company. The process I go through when I know if a person is good enough for me marry, is; I ask myself if this is someone I want to tolerate. Is this person abusive physically or mentally? Do they support my passions in life? Am I happy to be going home to them or looking for a way to stay out of the house? Do they add to me or hinder me? Is this my best friend or my horrid enemy?

I demand we go get physicals and background checks together, after all if what my partner told me is the truth, they should have nothing to hide. I know what I want out of life and I am working towards achieving it. I do not compromise myself for anyone

The process of changing is to understand the procedure of the effect. So grow and progress into what you want out of life. Life is unpredictable but the great thing about marriage it is always nice to end the day with the one you love. Think amicably when dealing with another because if you don't hostility will be knocking on your conscious, saying "What have I done!?"


Comment on Disqus

Comment on Facebook

Updated Apr 22, 2017 9:06 AM EDT | More details

AND Magazine AND MAGAZINE

©2017 AND Magazine, LLC
5 Columbus Circle, 8th Floor
New York, New York 10019 USA

This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without express written permission from AND Magazine corporate offices. All rights reserved.