Fargo woman 'marries' herself

In a symbolic ceremony before friends and family, the bride gave her vows: "I, Nadine, promise to enjoy inhabiting my own life and to relish a lifelong love affair with my beautiful self." Nadine Schweigert says she has struggled for years with self-acceptance. Today she's on her honeymoon in New Orleans.
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In a symbolic ceremony before friends and family, the bride gave her vows: "I, Nadine, promise to enjoy inhabiting my own life and to relish a lifelong love affair with my beautiful self." Nadine Schweigert says she has struggled for years with self-acceptance. Today she's on her honeymoon in New Orleans.

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