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Sending Flowers as an Anniversary Gift: Simple Guide How to Choose the Best Bouquet

Guest Post Flowers have long been a part of wedding and anniversary celebrations, with stories dating back to ancient Greece and Egypt. This simple gesture is a beautiful way to note the occasion and tell your other half how much you […]

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Better Marriages: Helping Couples Proactively Avoid Significant Relationship Issues

By: Amber Brooks | Updated: August 23, 2021 datingnews.com The Scoop: Better Marriages endeavors to help couples grow more intimate and strengthen their union. Founded in 1973, this pioneering marriage enrichment organization takes a proactive approach to couples growth. The experts share […]

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How to Maintain a Healthy Marriage as Newlyweds

Getting married is a life changing moment for both you and your partner. No matter how long you’ve been together as a couple, marriage is the ultimate milestone. Although you may still be caught up in the excitement of the […]

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Acts of Love That Last Beyond a Lifetime

By Susan Doktor Few things are as devastating to imagine as the death of a loving partner. Worse still may be the anguish of picturing the pain your partner will suffer living without you. But as difficult as it is to […]

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Nurturing Yourself in Widowhood as You Grieve The Loss of Your Spouse

by Patty Howell Because I knew a lot about how to process my feelings and was willing to walk into them and experience them, rather than try to push them away, I figured that grieving over my husband’s death would be […]

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New Year’s Resolutions: Your 1-Month Assessment

by Debra Ferrie It’s been a month since you’ve made your  New Year’s resolutions. How are you doing with them? If you’ve fallen a bit off track or worse, never committed to the changes you wanted for the year, it’s not […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for Couples

Jeanne Croteau HealthLoveSpiritual & Wellness   At the end of every year, we begin thinking about how to improve ourselves in the upcoming twelve months. We make plans for starting the New Year in a positive and productive way, which is good, but […]

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2 Reasons We Give Up on Our Goals (and How to Avoid Them)

by prepare-enrich Longing for self-improvement or achievement is an all too familiar feeling we seem to get around this time of year. We look forward to what’s to come and think that something magical will happen on January 1st to boost […]

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The secrets of couples thriving right now in the pandemic

by Terry Ward, CNN Updated 4:18 AM ET, Mon December 7, 2020   During the pandemic lockdown earlier this year, S. Nicole Lane of Chicago found that hiking with her boyfriend brought them closer. Before the pandemic, S. Nicole Lane said that much of […]

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Five Ways to Become Closer with Social Distancing

Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC-SLP and Pamela Crooke, PhD, CCC-SLP © 2020 Think Social Publishing, Inc. Social distancing does not need to drive us apart. In fact, it provides us all the more reason to relate to one another in this ever-changing […]

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