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9 Secrets From a 73-Year Marriage

Posted in: Psychology & Relationships on 15 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

9 Secrets From a 73-Year Marriage

From RedbookMag.com: After 73 years of marriage, 94-year old Barbara Cooper knows how to get through matrimony’s rough patches. The author of Fall in Love for Life shares her hard-earned wisdom. On making time to make love “I don’t understand couples who say they are too busy or too tired to sleep together. Unless they are building [...]

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10 Date-Night Ideas He’ll Love, Too

Posted in: Psychology & Relationships on 15 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

10 Date-Night Ideas He’ll Love, Too

From RedbookMag.com: Want to make your husband 10 times more excited about a romantic evening than poker night with the guys? Check out one (or more!) of these manly rendezvous that are tailored to his personality. If he’s artsy…Try a painting class Tap into your guy’s creative side by signing up for an art class [...]

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How To Be Friends With Your Ex

Posted in: Psychology & Relationships on 12 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

How To Be Friends With Your Ex

From RedbookMag.com: Your former husband doesn’t have to be your best pal, but thanks to a shared history and intertwined future as parents, it’s worth working to replace screaming matches with civility. Acknowledge your pain In order to move on, you have to let yourself feel the loss and grief of divorce. “Befriending your ex is a [...]

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Why Men Are Babies When They’re Sick

Posted in: Psychology & Relationships on 01 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Why Men Are Babies When They’re Sick

From RedbookMag.com: With the flu reaching epidemic proportion, there’s a good chance your guy will get sick. When he does, and regresses to age five, know that it may not be all in his head. It can’t be that bad Does it annoy you that a measly cold is enough to turn your guy into [...]

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How to Deal with Difficult Neighbors

Posted in: Psychology & Relationships on 29 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

How to Deal with Difficult Neighbors

From USA Today: Difficult neighbors can get under your skin. “Choose your battles wisely,” says F. Richard Blue, a psychologist with a private practice in Atlanta. “Your ultimate goal is to solve the problem rather than get angry.” Try these solutions. Borrowing. It’s one thing to ask for a cup of sugar; it’s another to [...]

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How Emotional Baggage Can Improve Your Marriage

Posted in: Psychology & Relationships on 29 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

How Emotional Baggage Can Improve Your Marriage

From RedbookMag.com: Everybody comes into a relationship dragging along issues from their past, but — if handled well — those lingering issues can actually bring you closer together. Here’s how to make those skeletons work for you. The conflict: His jealous streak is making you shut down He once confided that his father was a [...]

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