My daughter is getting married next week. Any advice for the new bride?
Be super sure he's (or she's) the one. If she's feeling unsure, tell her to imagine being stuck on an island with that person for a month or surviving a nuclear war with that person in a shelter. That should get her thinking.
If that gives her cold feet, tell her to ask her fiancé to massage them.
Be yourself and watch Sex and The City the movie. I watched it last night
Tell her that it won't always be easy and sometimes will even be hell, but in the end if he's right it's worth it. Tell her to as supportive as she can be and tell her to ALWAYS keep communication open with him. Oh, and tell her to wait a little while before she starts having children so she can enjoy as much time as she can stand with her hubby. Believe me, if she doesn't she might wish she had. Congrats, by the way.
ermmm, tolerance is the key. and happiness marriage is about how much we trust our partner and how much we are willing to be open about things we do.
going out with friends for a drink, for instance, try to cover it up - it will end up in big argument at times. not my experience, but i've seen some among my colleagues.
all the best to your daughter and happy married life
My advice: make sure that there is someone who is there to handle all the little things that going on during the wedding.
Then just tell her to relax and enjoy the moment, because this the start of a whole new adventure for her!
Congrats and I hope you all have a wonderful time
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