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And that can be hard to accept if you’re someone like me who enjoys commitment and the certainty of a relationship. Don’t get me wrong, boys are fun but during your freshman year of college, but that’s about all you’ll get from them.When you crave that consistency and love that you used to get from your sweet high school boyfriend and you look for a guy at the bar to be your new clutch, you’ll become very disappointed when he doesn’t measure up or doesn’t want to be that for you.“We let each other have his or her own independence.It was really good for us to have our own separate lives for a few years.” As with any relationship, it wasn’t all wine and roses (“we made some mistakes,” said Stephanie), but they made sure to talk it out.
You need a person who can comfort you when you're going through a hard time, and someone who you know will be your person on the good days and on the bad ones.
Today, they’re happily married, living in California, and their daughters are 6, 4 and 2.