It's ok to feel sad, so why does the emotion carry such a stigma?

We can't be happy all the time, but that's not always a bad thing

We can't be happy all the time, but that's not always a bad thing

Before I got married I realised something. I would never again feel the rush of a first kiss. That thrill of falling in love, with all its awkward anticipation and youthful excitement, would belong to a younger me. The married me was promising to only lock lips with my husband-to-be.

I know it's not the most romantic thought to have right before you're about to tie the knot. At the time I wondered if it was a sign that I was making the wrong decision. Wasn't the pinnacle of romantic love getting married? Surely it wasn't the time to mourn lost love affairs?

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