Carolyn Hax has an interesting article in today's Washington Post about the way in which wedding-planning prepares a couple for marriage. Here's what one reader has to say:
"The bride and the groom have a wedding as their first big thing they do -- together. Against all the wishes and ideas of everyone. It will help to define much of what comes next, including how much spouse allows Mom to interfere; how much spouse allows other people's opinions to overtake his/her own; how much spouse allows other spouse to walk all over him/her; and other telling issues."
Read the full article HERE.
What do you think? Does this point of view help to explain the family drama some people go through while planning the big day?