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The 10 Most Difficult Parts of Marriage

By Cody |

Marriage brings a lot of positive attributes into your life; never being alone, living with your best friend, having another person to help you with whatever struggles you may be having, and many, many more.  But even though marriage has many positives, there are obviously some tough parts of marriage and I learned about those tough parts early on in my marriage. In fact, my first month of marriage was a real eye opener.  I learned pretty quickly that there were parts of marriage that took some getting used to, but that’s just a part of marriage as well. Eventually I learned to adjust to those difficult parts, but I still get reminders of them every now and again.

Here’s my list of the top 10 most difficult parts of marriage:

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The Top 10 Most Difficult Parts of Marriage

Money

The most difficult part of marriage is learning that both parties now own the money in the bank account. Figuring out when I could spend money without permission, or how much I could spend, was a difficult adjustment.

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Cody is a father, husband, practicing attorney, and loyal football fan who is outnumbered by girls in every area of his life. He's also been known to drink maple syrup straight out of the bottle. Read bio and latest posts → Read Cody's latest posts →

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