Happy 5th Birthday to “Finding Mr Huggie-Wuggie”!

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So the fifth anniversary of my blog occurred all the way back in March! [2016] That’s five years of thinking about marriage, and thinking what I can do beforehand to best maximise my chances of a wonderful marriage.
I would like to thank everyone who has been reading this blog. I find it so therapeutic to sit here and think through these ideas, and I am so excited to think that these ideas could help other people too
Thinking back, I am grateful for so many insights that have impacted my own life so powerfully. I am probably the biggest consumer of this blog myself, in that I re-read articles or I even forget different ideas and I come back to this blog to re-read them.
Something else that I am so grateful for is this: that I still find value and strength in those very first posts. I really hope it is fair to say that these posts represent God’s wisdom, at least for me, and writing them out has truly helped me to understand not merely about marriage and relationships, but perhaps even more importantly, myself.
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