Country singer Carrie Underwood married Mike Fischer of the Ottawa Senators last Saturday, People reported over the weekend. The couple exchanged vows on a Georgia plantation in front of family and friends, with Underwood in a custom Monique Lhuillier gown. Underwood had previously been in high-profile relationships with actor Chase Crawford and Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo.
Can you find Mr. Right after a series of Mr. Wrongs?
After a succession of very public relationships and breakups, Underwood kept things private this time around and struck romantic gold with Fischer. Read on for Cupid’s tips on moving past failed love and finding your happily ever after:
1. Keep your options open: After a failed relationship, it’s easy to want to close your heart all together. While this may save you from future heartache, it will also keep you from new love as well.
2. Take a jump: Should that new special someone come along, don’t be afraid to open yourself up again. Scared that they aren’t like the other guys you’ve dated? See this as a new opportunity and adventure in love.
3. Make a change: Something went wrong in your past relationships – that’s why they ended. Before you try to get serious with someone you think might be the one for you, take stock of past mistakes and try not to repeat them.
For more on Carrie Underwood’s wedding, read:
Carrie Underwood Leaves Honeymoon Plans to Hubby
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Witness: Carrie Underwood’s Wedding Was “Romantic and Spiritual”