When a man decides he wants to get married, we have to acknowledge he’s reached a high peak of maturity. He’s not shying away from commitment, responsibility or the idea of sharing all the love he has to give to one special person. Even more important, he is willing to expose his vulnerability. Just check out films like The Brothers and The Wood where the men getting married fight to stand their ground in front of their boys in order to express just why they love their women and how they knew she was the one. Today on Triple B, we’re featuring 13 of our past Tie the Knot Tuesday grooms who weren’t afraid either to let it be known just how they knew the lady in their life would turn into their wife. Feel free to forward this post to your family, girlfriends and co-workers (especially the cynics) because let’s face it; how often do any of us get to read about this demographic of men expressing such feelings? Enjoy!
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