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Time to rethink your #RelationshipGoals.
The end of a romantic relationship can seem like the end of the world. Post-breakup, you may spend all your time just trying to make sense of what’s happened, while binging on Ben & Jerry’s. Sometimes, it helps to have the facts. Here are 10 science-backed realities of breakups—and the things that can cause them—that may just help you mend your broken heart.
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.
Getting ready to say “I do?” These insights will do more than anything old, new, borrowed, or blue to ensure your future happiness
Bonus: No nagging required.
Are you in less of the honeymoon phase and more of the “don’t forget paper towels on your way home” part of your marriage? Saying these little phrases daily to your husband or wife could help you stay close.
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!
It’s completely normal and healthy for couples to argue. But when you do get into a fight, here are some tips on how behave the right way after it’s done.
Once you know the real reasons couples end up in his office, you can take steps to make sure you don’t.
No, this isn’t couples therapy voodoo. Sometimes all it takes to boost your marriage are a few little tweaks in your mood or daily habits.
Piece by piece, I built up for a life filled with hope and love, as I kept alive the hope chest tradition.
Break out the matching wine glasses!
When Isabel Forlenza’s beau was overseas in the Korean War, she wrote him every day on a big roll of teletype paper. Turns out, she had a lot to say!
It’s love with a side of fries.
Some things are better late than never.
It was the ultimate family heirloom.
Betty Jane Budd Griffin puts her wedding dress back on for all her major anniversaries.
These Indiana sisters did everything together; from sharing their wedding to raising their kids as siblings.