Remember to be patient and kind as both your families come to grips with this new, somewhat complicated reality.
God promised, “No good thing will He withhold from those who walk uprightly” (Ps. 84:11).
More important than what your spouse does or says is your ability to decide to respond proactivly.
We have never experienced a couple growing happier in their relationship because of the unsolicited help of a family member.
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This conveys your capacity to be civil and courteous even if you have a different point of view.