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My wedding is a few months away now If theres one thing I can truly say is that the months leading-up to what Ive come to call D-Day are not the easiest of times for a couple It is a time filled with obstacles that seem to be constantly testing the relationship as the couple is forced to juggle a number of things simultaneously - from trying to finalise every single minute detail for the big day months in advance to getting the so-called love nest finished on time Add to those the pressures of work and for some studies too and youve got one roller-coaster ride ahead of you Planning for the big wedding day takes so much of your energy time and money Good thing we werent overly fussy or we would have had to book with the torture of anxiously waiting that goes with it a couple or so years before the big day However just one look at the checklist of things that need to be done is enough to give you the shivers and Im not talking cold feet here As you start ticking off more obvious and important stuff like the church and reception venue your first thought is Great were almost done But you barely have time to savour the moment when you get to realise what Hercules must have felt when facing the Hydra In the beginning of a relationship when the only thoughts revolve around where youre going to dine-out or what gift to buy your partner you feel that the strength of your love will be enough to overcome all the problems that life will choose to throw at you Fast-forward a few years and while love will remain a very critical ingredient it might not be enough Its amazing how in times of stress seemingly trivial items are sure to spark major arguments that often lead to or originate from
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