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The newlyweds are alone on a honeymoon, they report
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It is reported that a honeymoon is over.
Obviously, couples no longer celebrate their first days of wedding bliss, watching sunsets in the Caribbean or sightseeing in Paris. Instead, according to the New York Times, they book separate, stand-alone vacations or modern "unexpected" ones. In addition, new studies show that 1
in 4 Americans report that they actually get more than the trip when they do it alone.
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The New York Times report says some newlyweds choose to take a honeymoon off their own.
What would make two people who have just decided to spend the rest of their lives get out so quickly? Well, take the lead couple of the Times, which could not agree with the destination after the wedding. The bridegroom wanted to go to France … to watch football. The bride does not. So she "visited a friend in Toronto" while her new wife headed for Europe to watch sports with her brothers. 19659011] "This is a very individualistic, modern practice of efficiency in front of everything else," says the Bridegroom of the Times. "I think it is related to workaholism and running on a treadmill when you can not even coordinate one of the most important moments of your life." “/>
"This is a very individualistic, modern practice of efficiency. above all else, "says the Bridegroom of the Times. – I think it is related to workaholism and running on a treadmill when you can not even coordinate one of the most important moments of your life.
Then there was the couple who had to go on separate business trips after he bound the knot and decided to put his honey on his honey. When the bridegroom, who did not really enjoy his time in Paris, walked past the Eiffel Tower and was so conquered by the longing that he had decided to call his new bride, "she was busy at a meeting."
efficiency over everything else, "said the Times Groom. "I think it is related to workaholism and work on a treadmill when you can not even coordinate one of the most important moments of your life."  
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Ok, I understood it. When I was young and planned my own wedding, I did not see much of the honeymoon. After all, my partner and I have been together for seven years. We have lived together for over a year. We had been on various vacations and trips together.
"First of all, the wedding is rarely between the two who say their promises, even the coolest couples often have to fight with their parents, sparring family members," minute "mixes.
Then I married and understood.
First, the wedding is seldom only between the two who say their vows. Even the coolest couples will often have to struggle with struggling parents, sparring family members, last-minute shuffling (as in our case, choking or alcohol exhaustion), and inconvenient friends who will inevitably Drink too much and
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Trust me, you will need a few days when you can spend time together, only two of you from all families and friends – for your own health and common sense. Read more here.