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Time to rethink your #RelationshipGoals.
These sweet rituals are not just sentimental. Whether you do them once a year or once a day, they’ll keep the love alive through thick and thin, in sickness and health, and everywhere in between.
Whether you’re the one who was left heartbroken or the one who ended the relationship, breaking up is hard to do. Immediately post break-up you may feel angry or lonely, but try to stay positive. Remember: Even a broken heart has cracks in it where the light can still shine through. Here, experts share what not to do after a breakup, so you can move on and get over it.
The three little words “I love you” can bring joy and happiness in an instant. But as the old adage goes, actions speak louder than words. Here are some ways to extend your love to family and friends.
Twenty-four people have used the gown since she redesigned it. Who will be next?
Good thing she followed her mother’s advice and sent a card!
Fate has a funny way of bringing people together—and breaking their collarbones.
Now THAT’S how you get a kiss!
Ruth French’s kindness in wartime made me fall in love all over again.
They kept in touch—and kept each other on their toes.
Their relationship might have started with a little white lie, but 56 years later, he has no regrets.
Sometimes a stupid mistake can lead to the best decision you ever made.
“Don’t talk to strangers. Unless they’re handsome.”
Yes, honesty is the best policy. But it’s totally fine to keep a few things to yourself, even when you’re married. Here are a few guidelines on what tidbits are acceptable to stay private from your spouse.
Good thing he was persistent!
Donna Groth normally didn’t go on blind dates, and when she first met Dave, she knew why. But her impression soon changed. They married in 1961.
Living far away from your partner could actually bring you closer together.
Like a lot of things in relationships, the answer is complicated.
While part of trust is simply taking your partner’s word, these little indicators make it easier to know you’re in a loving, stable relationship.
These are a major turn-off.