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Marriage Manners | Conversation Starters For Married Couples

It’s amazing how much there still is to find out about your partner, whether you’ve been engaged for ten months, or married for 10 years – you don’t know as much about them as you think you do, there is so much we still don’t know about each other! Research says we need to go on dates […]

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Marriage Manners Monday | Ways To Make a Long Distance Relationship Last

Most people you talk to will say that long distance relationships simply don’t work;  we believe that you can make a long distance relationship last. Having a successful long distance relationship is possible. This is coming from a long-distance expert. I have had many failed long-distance relationships, and one very successful one, that led to my […]

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Household Chores in a Marriage | Who Does What?

Wives do the laundry, husbands do the yard work – isn’t that how it still works when it comes to household chores in a marriage? Doing chores is mundane and boring for everyone. Nobody likes cleaning the toilet or taking out the garbage. When both partners in a marriage believe chores are shared equally, everything […]

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Marriage Manners Monday | Kiss Me I’m Irish | Irish Wedding Traditions

With St. Patricks Day just around the corner, we thought we’d pay tribute to the gorgeous country that has given us some of the oldest and most wonderful wedding traditions that are still followed today, like braids and wildflowers in the bride’s hair, to wedding bells in lieu of clinking glasses and confetti! Image courtesy […]

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Marriage Manners Monday | Choosing Your Wedding Party

Choosing your wedding party and deciding what they are responsible for is one of the first wedding decisions that you make after your engagement. For many couples choosing their bridal party is a simple task. Some just chose their immediate family. But if you have a large family or large family and circle of friends, […]

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