I’m not a risk-taker at all. I love to be spontaneous but to risk something that’s not me. And I’m all about my feelings so for me when it comes to my marriage I’m a risk-taker. But earlier on in my marriage, I wasn’t a risk-taker. If I didn’t feel like things were going how they should I would want to leave. I didn’t know much about marriage when I got married. My parents were divorced when I was seven and you can see other’s marriage. But that doesn’t mean that you know what it’s like to be married. I was so unprepared for what lied ahead of me. I wanted to quit so many times because I felt like I couldn’t get it right. But something in me wouldn’t let me give up. I took a risk that I felt I needed to take. I’m glad that I stuck it out. My marriage has bloomed into something that I couldn’t imagine that it would. I wish I could have sat down with an older couple and asked them the hard questions about marriage. But now that I know what I know I want to help other married couples. I know so many people who have divorced and how it has broken them. I don’t want another married couple to go through a divorce. My marriage was never headed that way even though I did bring it up a couple of times to my husband. But that never was my heart’s desire. I can’t save everyone but I feel like if more married couples had some type of support system that their marriage would grow. Like I said I’m not a risk-taker but I am when it comes to my marriage.

9 thoughts on “Risk-Taker:

  1. Wow. Thank you for being so open. When you have time check out my YouTube channel ” conversations with J. R. Floyd” i created this you tube channel as a mean for people to talk about the difficult relationship problems. Some of these topics broke my engagement last year. But a year later he wasn’t the man for me.😊

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