A thing that makes me laugh, since being married, is when I am told I am to young to be married. I understand completely where they are coming from, but the best answer I can always think of is,"it was just right, right time, right place, right person." And to this day, that answer still stands true. I think there comes a time where you, just know. And that's where the above quote comes in; if there is one thing that I have been taught in my life's trials is that marriages are never the fairy tale ending we dream of. Inside a marriage there is a complexity to it, love is certainly important, but trust. Trust, to me is the biggest key. You can love someone, oh so deeply, but if you do not have trust....you do not have it all.
I once read these books, by that guy, and these books truly helped me find the answers to the thoughts that betrayed me. Although I do not live by them, they most certainly got me on the right track of thinking. If you do not trust your spouse completely...to the end, and forever, then what are you going to do when the love begins to dwindle? What happens then? Where to you start, or continue?
Husband and I have been taught this lesson over and over. And the beautiful thing, is that we trust, and everyday we grow that trust. And with that trust our love grows, and with that love and trust we find happiness.
So to respond again when I am told that I am to young to get married," You could be correct, but I trust my husband, more than anything I have ever trusted before. I know that he feels the same way, and that is my safety net for when lifes trials come, and the storm is knocking on my door. Because...time and all eternity is a long time, a time to grow, learn, and love. Over and over again.