How to Know If You Married the Right Guy

  • By: Mommy & Love
  • Date: November 22, 2021
  • Time to read: 2 min.

Did you marry the right guy? How do you know?
I’ve only been married for five months but we dated for seven years before that. Our first date was December 21, 2004 and after only a few months, I already knew we would end up getting married. Regardless of any obstacles that crossed our paths, I just knew deep down that we were supposed to spend the rest of our lives together. He asked me to marry him before Thanksgiving in 2009 and I said yes. We celebrated our wedding day on February 4, 2011.
So, you know those butterflies that you supposedly only feel at the beginning of a relationship? That lustful, warm and fuzzy feeling that makes your special someone appear flawless, one who could do no wrong? Well let me tell you; those feelings come back.

I’m sure this sounds cliche but I promise it’s not. This is how I KNOW I found the right guy. It’s what inspired me to write this post; I can feel those butterflies now. I feel so PASSIONATELY in love. <3 The romantic feeling will last for days or weeks and then it will fade again with routine… Only to come back several months later. The point is that the butterflies do return again and again. There are several other reasons I know he’s the right guy for me: great personality, supportive, caring, attractive, smells good, etc… but those butterflies fluttering throughout my body are physical proof that I will be in love forever.

Of course, this does not mean our relationship is perfect. We constantly bicker and have our fair share of issues, but in order to have a great relationship you need to have the bad parts too. It can be hard living with someone who annoys the hell out of you for long periods of time! Ha… I don’t know who bothers one another more though, him or me. In the end it all works out and I know that I love my husband very much. Without him, I would feel empty and lost. It’s probably bad to give someone such power over you but like they say, it’s all or nothing.

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