Misplaced priorities can put one in dire situations that can inflict lifelong hurt. People tend to misplace priorities in their education, business, career and even relationship. Sometimes the situation can be salvaged but when it cannot, the aftermath is usually never pleasant. The purpose of your relationship should be set on the right foundation.
Where is your relationship? Is it founded on the right foundation? Aisha and Cameron Marshall are dishing out relationship goals to us. The couple dated for five years in a long distance relationship before tying up the nuptial knot. They had met over six years ago at a mutual friend’s BBQ and got married in the spring, March 5, 2017 to be exact, after five years together during Aisha’s spring break in her third year in law school.
Cameron says, “Our common goal is to keep God first in our relationship and to push each other to accomplish our own individual goals. My individual goal is too great. The standard is great. It doesn’t stop with athletics. I want to be a great husband, provider, leader. That’s the standard. I want to be able to maintain that great standard throughout life and my marriage.”
Cam, a pro-baller and Aisha, a creative label co-founder both built their relationship on their common goal to put God first in their relationship and push each other to accomplish their own individual goals.
Aisha affirms “The most memorable moment to me was when I walked down the aisle and Cam looked at me and said, ‘Wow,’ Aisha recalled. “He has this weird way of making me feel like I’m the only girl in the world.”
Catch on the full details of their love story on xoneocole’s first year series.