The seven-year itch is a psychological term that suggests that happiness in relationships declines after around seven years of marriage.
Divorce rates show a trend in couples that, on average, they divorce around seven years. Divorce seems to more and more common these days.
Kerry and I celebrated seven years of marriage this week. Will the seven-year itch rear its ugly head for us?
Here are seven reasons why the seven-year itch won't happen for me (I can't say it won't happen for her though)
- She is beautiful
- she still makes me laugh
- She bakes amazing cakes
- She is kind, caring and family means everything to her
- She played a small part in making and delivering our children
- I love her more each day
- I wouldn't be able to live without her
We got married in Florida in 2010 and it was an amazing day. Something we are very glad we did. We can't wait to go back there again, although the chapel we got married in has closed. I hope it hasn't turned into a stripper bar, or do I hope it has?
My parents have been married for 30 years and I know Kerry and I will be married for as long as we live. How long have you been married? Do you believe in the seven-year itch?