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What’s it like to marry your high school sweetheart?

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What’s it like to marry your high school sweetheart?

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It’s pretty great. I met her when I was 14 and am now almost 30. I’ve known her more than half of my life and consider myself lucky to get to share the rest with her. Our first child is due in February and I still think back to highschool when we were just two angsty scene kids unaware what the future had in store for us.

Pretty great we met when we were 17, started dating at 18

Been 12 years in which we have done long distance over different continents for 2 years, gotten married, had a kid, bought a house and currently sharing a bag of chips while watching IT Crowd

We have both changed and matured and fought and laughed and cried together has been wonderful

In my case, pretty awesome actually.

We met when we were 15, started dating at 16, engaged at 22. Been married almost 25 years now.

I’ll admit it takes a lot of work. There’s always something either internal or external to the relationship itself to deal with, but you do. I’ve never fallen out of love with her, and it makes the bad times better, and the good times amazing.

And there’s something about spending all those years with the same person, and then they surprise you with a skill or some story you never heard, and it’s like a reminder of why you married this amazing person in the first place.

She’s my best friend, and I absolutely cannot imagine my life without her.

After 27 years I can safely say it’s awesome.

Have spent our teenage years together, navigated our twenties, traversed our thirties and are currently slaying our forties.

We are both completely different people than we were almost 30 years ago but our core values and morals are still the same.

But I got lucky. I hooked up with a pimply, badly dressed teenager who has morphed into the most handsome mid 40s man I know… he’s now definitely at 10/10

Not as good as divorcing her 6 years later.