I'm a Type 7, which means I can be too busy, spontaneous, and scattered.
Jessie is a Type 3, which means she's adaptable, excelling, driven, and image-conscious.
If you try to have this conversation too early, you'll know — the questions will sound silly.
In November this year my wife Jessie and I will celebrate five years of marriage.
I'm lucky to be able to say it really has been the most amazing five years.
Our personalities are so different, but they work together beautifully.
When we get married, I thought the expectation was that each party had to put in 50 percent of the work. Some days I'm tired, stressed, or grumpy, and I'm contributing about 10 percent to the marriage, and Jessie has to take the 90 percent. When Jessie and I first got together, I blushed every time I saw her.
I am slowly learning that she doesn't need my genius input on what she's venting all the time. Don't let familiarity stop you from appreciating the person you fell in love with. This forces you to take the time to actually chat with each other and not be so distracted.