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5 Myths About Marriage That Are Totally Untrue

There is a ton of hearsay about marriage that is widely believed to be true, and oftentimes you wonder how it will really impact your relationship. In order to set the record straight and restore your faith in love, we're debunking the marriage myths you've most likely heard before. 1. The romance eventually dies Your sex life doesn't end when you get married! Yes, as time passes things become routine or perhaps less spontaneous than in your 20s, but married couples actually experience more intimacy because there's a level of trust that may not exist in premarital relationships.
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