A spark with a wish for more . . .
love at first sight
Love happens every day. And sometimes it is fleeting. But that doesn’t make it any less real.
It was love at first sight.
If you do not love yourself, there is no way you can love someone else.
When you meet your love at first sight moment, you have to trust that your instincts are correct.
All of a sudden, your partner seems distant. They assure you “nothing’s wrong”, but soon you’re alone, wondering what in the hell happened.
If you want to find lasting love, ignore these clichés.
This is an excerpt from the Sean O’Donnell book Which One of You is the Mother? It is about the day that the son Sean imagined became real, never to leave his dad’s life again.
Mike Berry admits he wasn’t even deeply in love with his wife when they tied the knot. But things have changed since then.
When we find the person we believe may be the one, some questions should never have to be asked.
A long-distance relationship they thought was doomed turned into a game that keeps their marriage juicy nine years later.
All we need is one spark of eye contact and in the moment of taking a breath, a relationship can blossom and die.
In this Loveumentary podcast, Nate Bagley sits down with a couple to talk love at first sight and what makes a real, happy marriage work.
Love can blast off at first. Dr. Bill Cloke tells us how to hold on.
A grizzled, Gen-X writer gives some valuable ‘love advice’ to The GMP’s female readers.