In this, the season of weddings, it's good to remember that it's all downhill from here. After the toasts and conga lines, the All-Clad omelet pans and honeymoon sex begins the real work of living together until you die.
This is doable but challenging. You will hear a lot of advice about compromising and using "I" sentences instead of "you" (as in, "I feel sad when I see that we have no money," vs. "You are terrible with money and are going to ruin us"). All good advice. But there's another way to approach spousal negotiations and it's called game theory.
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