Congratulations on your upcoming wedding. Once you’ve sliced the cake and made toasts with friends and family, it’s time to wind down and be together—just the two of you. Start your marriage off on the right foot with these four tips (and our eight favorite Smoky Mountain honeymoon cabins).
Good communication can take many forms: using “I” statements, taking breaks when things get too hot, asking questions to glean a better understanding. But there’s also something to be said about a good distraction. Like sinking the eight ball.
Life will continue to happen: jobs, pets, children, bills, extended family. Give your partnership the love and attention it needs, and you will always have a safe harbor.