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Singles, Don’t Obsess About Finding the ‘Right One’

The paradox at the heart of Andy Stanley’s book, The New Rules for Love, Sex & Dating, is this: Instead of obsessively looking for Mr. or Ms. Right, it’s best to concentrate on “becoming the right person,” which will help prepare you for a successful, long-term relationship. In fact, Stanley writes, the idea that “there’s a […]

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9 Signs Your Marriage Was Doomed From The Start

Sometimes, cold feet are a sign of something far more serious than a case of pre-wedding jitters. What doubts are particularly foreboding prior to marriage? Below, experts weigh in with nine signs that your relationship may have been doomed from the start. 1. You were just too different. He’s a Republican, she’s left of Al Franken. Her […]

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Categories Family NewsLoveMarriagePreparing for MarriageSinglesWomen

7 Ways To Handle The Male Ego

By Oluwatobi Bolashodun 7 Ways To Handle The Male Ego-According to ‘Doktor Mofin’ the male ego is one of the most popular psychological terms used in describing a man and his affairs.  The male ego is responsible for a man’s success, it molds his drive, attitude of work, his perception of the world, his response […]

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Brides Tell All: What I Wish I’d Known When I Got Engaged

by Sherry Amatenstein, LCWS Photo: Getty Images Brides Tell All: What I Wish I’d Known When I Got Engaged-The moment he puts the ring on your finger and the two of you start making plans for the rest of your life, things start seeming surreal. It’s hard to make careful, rational decisions. That’s why we’re […]

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