It's a common tale: you're into the Dead. You're also into your relationship with your significant other, who is very much not into the Dead.
How do you make it work?
My dad was a staunch disciplinarian as a father, so I could never quite wrap my head around his Dead fandom.
So last summer I attended Fare Thee Well with him to better understand that side of him. I write about the experience here: https://features.wearemel.com/my-disciplinarian-father-the-deadhead-cc74...
Dead head family :(
that was a beautiful story there izzie,
hey piper i take it this is your first child. the best parenting advice i ever got was sleep when they do
thank you all. our unborn kid is hearing some dead thru headphones already. we are quite happy
news piper Congratulations!!!
to your Dead Head family!:-)
well as it seems, my plan worked. my wife now loves the dead. thanks to me. saint stephen gets in her head all the time. also, i found out that my loving wife is 7 weeks pregnant, so were bringing another dead head into this world :)
see me and my wife are alike and different. she enjoys alot of dark music and light music, but i am unsure if she enjoys the dead or not. she doesnt say anything bout the music when i play it. i figure its only a matter of time
My significant other & I are tied together by our work. There is no escape from a loveless marriage, especially w/o the various side projects of the remaining cast of characters to get a breath of relief.
It's forcing me to look for quick escapes from reality with heads whom I can truly enjoy the music with. Hey, when your whole life is going to clubs every night and listening to music it becomes nauseating once you get hooked on jam-band music.
Anna the vamp-ire slayer