When You're A Newlywed, Is It Harmful To Start Your Married Life Working Together Like Kim Kardashian & Kris Humphries?

Tue, September 13, 2011 12:11pm EST by Add first Comment

Should you avoid mixing business and love?

To the average eye, Kim Kardashian and new husband Kris Humphries look completely in love. But can any new marriage hold up under the pressure of working together, living together and learning how to live your life as a husband or wife? Although body language expert Dr. Lillian Glass already believes there’s trouble in paradise for the newlyweds, I don’t think that their specific situation will cause any additional problems.

After viewing photos of the the two at Duane McLaughlin‘s Ready To Live album release party on Sept. 10, Glass told HollywoodLife.com, “Kris is not used to the fame. [He] is hunched over and Kim’s awkward too. They are very tentative with each other.  Kim’s hands are cupped which means she’s not comfortable and she’s holding back. Kris has got a half smile, he’s very ambivalent, and he’s holding his glass instead of his girl. They are an awkward-looking couple. They don’t look right together. There is too much distance between them. Very uncomfortable to look at them.”

She added, “I don’t think this is a great marriage at all: it’s a marriage of awkwardness.”

Whether or not this is true remains to be seen, but in terms of working together, Kris had been filming with Kim and her family practically since the birth of their relationship. He’s used to it. Just because they’re married and working together doesn’t mean things are suddenly going to change. Plus, this isn’t the 26-year-old athlete’s only paid gig; he’s also a full-time player for the New Jersey Nets.

However, I’d advise against starting a business partnership with your new husband immediately after marriage. Why add more pressure when you should still literally be in the honeymoon phase of your relationship?


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