Love & Marriage: Bridget and Brady

Heyooooo…’s August. Damn, that shit is cray.

Anyway, in light of all the craziness that is happening all over the world, I feel like I could use a pick me up. Don’t you agree? So this is the perfect time to showcase the newly wedded couple, Bridget and Brady!

Why they’re dope:

1. Let’s see. Bridget is one of the nicest, sweetest, best looking redheads I know. I’m biased again, because that’s the homie.

2. I think it’s super cute that they both are into baseball and puppies.

3. They just got married last week! Whoo! yay love!

Check it out:

Questions: What is your occupation/ your partner’s occupation?

I am the Training Coordinator with The Arc of Centre County, which is a nonprofit agency for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. I work in Human Resources and am in charge of all new hire trainings and all annual trainings as well. Brady is in the management training program with the State College branch of Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

When did you meet/where?

We met on June 15, 2010 at Spring Creek Park. I had a coworker that was dying to introduce me to this guy that he thought would be great for me. They played on the same county league baseball team together and so he took me to the park for a game. I met Brady that day, he bought me dinner that night and we’ve been inseparable ever since.

How long have you been together?

Our four year dating anniversary is June 26, 2014. Our wedding date is August 9, 2014.

The most important thing you’ve learned thus far in your relationship? Or one important thing?

As hard as it was for me, I have learned to strive to live in the now in my relationship. I can’t worry about what he did last month that pissed me off, or what may or may not happen next month; doing so only creates anxiety and uneasiness that brings about negative thoughts and feelings that adversely affects our relationship. When a problem arises, we deal with it. After we’ve dealt with it, we need to leave it in the past and move forward. We will obviously have our troubles and problems, but we will cross those bridges when we get to them.

One piece of advice for others on fostering a healthy partnership?

I think it is really important to foster a healthy dose of empathy for your partner. Some people are born with it and some people need to cultivate it – either way, it’s crucial to be able to put yourself in your partner’s shoes, especially when arguments and misunderstandings arise.

We congratulate B squared! Peace and happiness to the happy couple! 🙂


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