Fifty percent of us are the product of a failed marriage. Our generation has grown up believing in marriage as a doomed and outdated institution, only looking at it as a ticking time bomb ready to explode.
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Six Funny Life Lessons This was posted back in April, 2007. Shortly after, people liked it so much it got to the Digg front page. Until this day, many many people come and read these lessons everyday....
That handsome fella up there just so happens to be my husband. I'm a huge fan of his, and crave spending time with him! Since our little lady was born 4 years ago, we've had next to nothing in the form of one-on-one dates. With no family around and v...
The toughest part of letting go is realising that the other person already did. - Unknown Going through a breakup is tough. Nobody said it would be easy. When you pour your heart into a relationshi...
Blog post at The Adventures of J-Man and Millerbug : The moment I became a mother, I felt like I found myself. Not once but twice I was mesmerized by these precious little people who just cam[..]
Blog post at My Girly Parts : Even at the ripe old age of 45, almost 46, I am still learning so much about people and relationships. Those who have been following my si[..]
Tips on how to build a healthy love life with your spouse.
1. Never laugh at anyone's dreams. 2. Love deeply & passionately. You might get hurt, but it's the only way to live life completely. 3. Don't judge people by their relatives.
When she sorts through her husband's memory box, she revisits a lifetime of Christ-like love. Marriage is a beautiful thing, isn't it?
Take things as they come and live in the now as opposed to the anxieties of what could eventually happen with the relationship.
Learn how to identify, understand, and heal negative relationship patterns
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People younger than 30 know a lot about things I will never understand, but they don't know much about marriage. Take my young friend, Steve. I met him a dozen years ago through my late husband, who was his high school chemistry teacher and basketba...
After 72 years of marriage, Norma and Gordon Yeager died within one hour of each other — and were buried in a single coffin
A major part of life, especially as one gets older, can be dealing with tragedies, and the nature of one's response can make all the difference in the world as when it comes to coping.