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How To Avoid Outlawing Grief

'Outlawed grief' is when one person makes another feel their grief is unwelcome. Even the best-intentioned turns of phrase can cause harm. Avoiding outlawing grief will keep those in mourning from feeling like a burden.

Category: Loss

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Ways To Relax Indoors With Your Partner This Winter

The cold winter weather pushes many of us indoors for days at a time. When cooped up, it's easy to get cabin fever. But there are ways to avoid the seasonal antsiness, and use the cold weather as an excuse to relax.

Category: Society

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Tying the Knot for the Right Reasons

Marriage is a big commitment, so you should take time to ensure you're getting married for the right reasons. Committing to someone on shaky ground will set a negative tone for the rest of your marriage.

Category: Marriage

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Strategies To Help You Start Saving for Your Future

One struggle many couples face is the issue of saving. That should be no surprise, as many people are uncomfortable talking about money. Here's how couples can talk about spending and plan for their future responsibly.

Category: Marriage

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Resolutions for Couples in the Coming Year

The new year is a time to evaluate what's important and make goals for the coming year. What better resolution than reinvesting in your relationship? This coming year, put down the phone and keep the spark alive.

Category: Marriage

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Learning and Doing: Preparing for B’nai Mitzvah

For Jewish youth coming of age, their b'nai mitzvah is likely the culmination of months of preparation and anticipation. Here's how to help your loved one prepare for an unforgettable coming of age ceremony.

Category: Ceremonies Faith

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Wedding Words: A Fun Historical Look Behind Everyday Expressions

"Tying the knot"? "Honeymoon"? We're all familiar with these terms, but how exactly did they come to mean what they do? Here's the surprising etymology behind some of our most common wedding words and phrases.

Category: Wedding Materials

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Showing Thanks All Year Long

The holidays are a time for charity, kindness, and gratitude - but this doesn't have to be the only season you show those emotions. Here are some ways you can give back and be thankful all year round.

Category: Society

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Advice All Couples Can Benefit From

As most of us know, relationships are tough work, but the reward is worth it. Whether you're a new couple or have been married for many years, here's how to invest in, nurture, and grow your relationship.

Category: Marriage

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Put Down Your Phone and Strengthen Your Relationship

It's easy to bury your face in your phone while others are speaking. But that digital dependence may be hurting your relationship. Here's how to re-learn the lost art of communicating with your partner face to face.

Category: Marriage

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