One great thing about marrying more than once is that you're entitled to a brand-new honeymoon every time you recite the vows. Of course, you needn't trade in your spouse just to get another week on the beach.
Many long-married couples make it a priority to take a honeymoon every year or so. Sometimes it's only a long romantic weekend; other times it's a trip to an exotic spot they've saved up to visit.
Sheri Stritof, About.com's Marriage Guide (along with her husband Bob), says, "We've had six honeymoons. Each brings back warm memories even though most of them weren't extraordinary trips or locations. What made them special was the fact that we were making time for one another."
For couples newly wed to new partners, "There will probably be less nervousness about the sexual aspects of the honeymoon," Stritof adds. "However, the tiredness from the wedding preparation, the wedding itself, and the reception itself will still take their toll."
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