I think a successful marriage begins long before two people meet each other. What you do in your pre-married life has an impact on the way that you feel about yourself, your spouse, and the very idea of living with one person for the rest of your life.
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Where I grew up, a lot of people believed this, but they interpreted it in a way that I don’t mean at all. Instead of restricting your young self, I think you should do as much as possible. Seriously, if you’re a virgin on your wedding night, things are going to be weird… especially considering most people don’t get married until they’re well into their 20s or early 30s.
So, I’ve made a list of 8 things I’m glad I did before I met my wife. I’m not necessarily proud of these things (especially a few of them), but I’m glad that I did them just so I could experience them.
1. Lived in a house with a girlfriend (and other roommates), and then had to suffer the awkwardness and pain of continuing to live together after breaking up… because landlords care more about your lease than your relationship.
2. Stayed single for a year. Having a girlfriend or boyfriend is great, but you also need time to yourself. Spending an entire year single in my mid-20s is one of the best things I’ve ever done for myself.
3. Took a road trip from Kentucky to Mexico and back again. It took about a month, which isn’t the amount of time most couples can stand to spend away from each other.
4. Started a career. You have to spend a lot of time starting a career. Once you get it rolling, though, things are usually easier to manage. By the time I started dating my wife, I had already started my own business. I can’t imagine setting something like that up and dating someone seriously at the same time.
5. Went home with a total stranger. I wasn’t that outgoing when I was young, but I did manage a few random hook-ups. What’s great about that? Well, I now know that I don’t particularly care for them. There’s a huge difference between sleeping with someone and having a relationship with them. It’s hard to feel the difference until you try both.
6. Cheated on someone. I cheated on a girlfriend once, and I’ll never do it again. I’ve never felt so guilty in my life. Lesson learned.
7. Moved to a city where no one knew me. After high school, I went to college in a nearby town, but I didn’t know anyone there. It’s amazing what you can learn about yourself when no one knows what to expect from you.
8. Dated someone who was completely wrong for me. In some ways we made a good match, but we didn’t get along at all. We spent at least half of our relationship either fighting or avoiding each other after a fight. Two years with the wrong person will teach you a lot about what you can and cannot tolerate in another person.