' And there's that man nod, like, Great job, bro.Keep up the good work.' I find it refreshing and awesome."—*B. Snowden, 36, Sacramento, Calif.; married seven years *"I'm the youngest among my colleagues, and when I'd say me and my boyfriend,' I felt as if they looked at it like Oh, that's cute.
If people were dancing, I never wanted to—I didn't feel 100 percent comfortable in that way.
But now I'm always the one saying, Hey, let's get up there and do a little dance.'"—"My weight has gone up and down, but my husband reassures me every day that I'm beautiful.
Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner.
Back before couples lived together pre-wedding, saying "I do" meant starting a totally different existence—new last name, new address, new (or any! "It was instant," says Chip Walker, a 28-year-old pharmacist in New York City.
Even those who began by saying life really hadn't changed ended up telling us exactly how it had.
Starting with…Your sex life Wild nookie in a party coat closet? But familiarity can be pretty erotic, they told us—and, hey, nothing wrong with knowing what works!
So I do feel more confident about my body, and I've lost about 20 pounds in the past four months.
Also, now I want to be healthy and happy not just for me but because I care about Jon and want to be my best self for him."—"When we were boyfriend and girlfriend, we had differences of opinions, but we never really fought.
Even in this era of been-there-done-all-that, marriage changes things.