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Limit Wedding Stress by Eating These Foods

Wedding stress got you down? Drinking plenty of water and eating a balanced, nutritious diet will give you energy throughout the day. Here are a few delicious superfoods that will help lower your wedding stress.

Category: Wedding Planning

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Grooms: Don’t Ignore Your Pre-Wedding Stress

Wedding stress can affect anyone. But too often, grooms-to-be ignore or disregard their high stress levels. Here are a few tips for grooms that might help lower their stress level- and why that is important.

Category: Wedding Planning

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A Groom’s Introductory Guide to Skin Care

Many grooms put a lot of thought into how their suit or hair looks- but not much into their skin. Don't overlook proper skin care; you'll need to take great care of your skin if you want to look your best at the wedding.

Category: Society

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Premarital Counseling and You: Understanding Your Options

Many believe that counseling is only for couples whose relationship is on the rocks. But what many don't know is that premarital counseling can give couples a great foundation to build their marriage on.

Category: Engagement

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Unity Ceremonies 101: Symbolizing Your Love

Holding a unity ceremony at your wedding is an increasingly common ritual in modern weddings. Jointly lighting a unity candle is a great way for couples to symbolize their union and the beginning of their marriage.

Category: Wedding Materials

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Relax Before Your Big Day With a Game Night

Tired and stressed from all the wedding planning? Hosting a game night for family and friends is a great way to unwind and clear your head. Here are a few tips for hosting a fun, crowd-pleasing gathering.

Category: Engagement

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The Resurgence of Religious Television Programming

For years, religious themes were rarely explored on television. But two new shows are bringing religion to the forefront. Will these programs usher in a new wave of religious content on the small screen?

Category: Faith

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Ghanaian Funerals Celebrate Life in the Face of Death

Ghanaian funerals differ quite a bit from American funerals. In America, funerals are often somber affairs; In Ghana, funerals are raucous and expensive events that celebrate the life of the departed.

Category: Funeral

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Getting Married Because of Pregnancy

Previous generations often saw couples get married because of pregnancy. But that is less common now. If you've found yourself unexpectedly pregnant, consider whether marriage is the correct choice for you and your baby.

Category: Marriage Society

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Is Yoga Dangerous for Christians?

Yoga is generally regarded as a great way to get fit. However, some Christian leaders are taking issue with the exercise's origins in Hindu philosophy. Does yoga, as one pastor says, open you up to demonic influence?

Category: Society

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