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Six Surprisingly Easy Techniques to Connect to Your Spouse

My husband and I have a different marriage than most. He works out of town for two weeks and then comes home for one week. Reconnecting after a separation from work is a large part of our relationship, and is for many commuter couples, where one spouse works in a different city or state. Reconnecting simply means coming back together, and […]

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Expert Advice: How to Connect to Your Spouse During the Holidays

There are so many articles circulating on how to “survive” the holidays. Let’s be honest–people survive things like hurricanes, plagues, and 5 o’clock traffic (and if family time during the holidays is that bad, you should probably schedule with us now)! Time goes so fast, life passes by so quickly, I think we all want to enjoy every sweet moment and […]

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Five Affordable & Thoughtful Gifts Everyone Will Love

Everyone knows the holidays can be stressful. While they can provide a great opportunity to connect with family and friends, there’s also a lot of pressure to attend more events, host holiday guests, pick out the perfect gift for everyone on your list – all while keeping up with the demands of everyday life. Research suggests 84% of people find […]

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Proactive Tips for a Stress-Free Holiday Season

Halloween has just passed and the stores are already full of Christmas décor. Most people feel like they don’t have time to catch their breath and then the holidays fly by in a blur. Research confirms holiday stress is real and while it can be an exciting time, the holidays can also bring on a lot of pressure. The holiday […]

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Do You Need Better Relationship Boundaries?

Do you struggle to make decisions, find yourself in dramatic or difficult relationships, or fear letting people down? Do you feel responsible for making people in your life happy? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you might be struggling with creating and maintaining boundaries. A huge component of enjoying healthy, successful relationships is our ability to understand and […]

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Direct and Simple Tips to Avoid Dating Failure

The world of dating is constantly evolving. It’s challenging, complicated and downright confusing. Some rules for dating are outdated but we’ve dug up five dating rules that still stand despite the new dating challenges of texting, Tinder & Bumble apps, and dating advice from reality TV and the Bachelorette. Every year Match.com conducts a singles in America study. In 2016, they […]

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5 Practical & Simplistic Ways to Regain Trust

Whether we’d like to believe it or not, people betray us. At times, even our significant other betrays us. In a recent study, researchers discovered that in personal relationships, women told an average of 3 lies per day to their partner, boss, or colleagues and men admitted to 6 lies per day to the same individual. One of the more […]

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5 Powerful Results of Expressing Gratitude

My son has been a terrible sleeper. Recently, he didn’t nap all day, and then cried for hours and hours during the night. The next morning at church I saw a woman holding a baby who was fast asleep despite all the lights, lively music and people. Then there was me. Tired, disheveled with unwashed hair, desperately patting, shushing and […]

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Digital Distractions: 5 Signs Your Phone Is Killing Your Relationship

I’ll admit it…I’ve been on a romantic date with my husband, only to stop to post a photo on Instagram or Facebook about our dinner and how much I love him. And while I’m at it, let me just clear out those notifications. And go ahead and check email. Before I know it, five minutes has gone by and I’ve […]

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#RelationshipHelp: 5 Apps to Improve Your Relationship

Today I thought about how proud I am of my husband for working so hard and how sweet it was that he made dinner while I worked late yesterday. Then I wondered, will I remember to tell him that this evening when I get home after a long day? Will I remember to tell him while trying to make dinner […]

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