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Happiest Years of Marriage
Happiest Years of Marriage

The first few years of marriage have SO MANY ups-and-downs…so the Daily Telegraph sought to find out:  When are married couples the HAPPIEST?

Turns out the THIRD year of marriage is our HAPPIEST.  You’ve gotten through any early issues, you feel comfortable, and everything is still pretty new and exciting.

The FIFTH year of marriage is the HARDEST.  Things aren’t as exciting and new anymore and there’s a lot of extra pressure to either have kids or take care of your new kids.

If you can make it to the SEVENTH year and you’re still happy, you’re probably going to make it for the long haul.

Where are YOU on the timeline?

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