Ornaments, lights and Christmas trees. What a special time of year…to wait to divorce?
Rising above your natural instincts is what needs to happen if you really want to have what you say you want.
One man’s unique story of how he proposed at a Christmas tree farm.
Shiny things, dressing up, free stuff, an extravaganza of decorations. What’s not to love about the holidays? Well, plenty.
Kindness is not condescension. It is not compromise. It is not pandering, and it is not fear … It is a strong, gentle response that lay aside the need to be right, in favor of the choice to remain one with the person we chose to be one with.
It’s crazy that some things take so long to be discovered…
Love coach Paula Nicollin gives 7 keys that help create a loving and lasting relationship.
Queue the squeezebox and pop the champagne. This story of courtship gives us a reason to believe in mature romance.
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You probably asked for whatever advice you could find when you got married. Here are five important things from a marriage counselor that nobody told you when you got married.
How can marriage truly be a safe emotional place if it relies so much on the words, actions and emotions of another?
In our increasing individualistic society, arguments are constantly seen as signs of impending doom in a marriage. However, Brendan Malone suggests that arguments are what make marriage so great.
5 ways to ignite her passions. They’re not what you’d think.
Author Karen Jones gives you great advice to help you re-think everyday problems with your man.
Bitstrips, bickering and when social media and marriage don’t mix
Brendan Malone believes that true romance should seek to “serve the good of the other,” instead of just drawing couples into a mutually and emotionally pleasing experience.