Such a well written article about why the author had a mind change about prenups. So many people take a sharp intake of breath at the very mention of the words 'prenuptial agreement'.
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“Well, if you think about it, wishing to protect someone even if they leave takes courage. It’s harder than just wishing they’ll stay.” Thinking of doing this — of the respect and the care and the facing of the possible ugliness of life together — makes me swoony. It makes me feel not just romantic and love-y, but proud. I have a teammate, and no matter what happens in life, we will always want to treat each other with the fairness and compromise that teammates deserve. I have never gotten that fluttery feeling over a single Pinterest board about DIY centerpieces, or even the idea of picking out a diamond ring, but I feel fluttery just now writing it. It makes me feel more brave and adult than nearly anything else.