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A Quick Guide to Ethical and Eco-Friendly Wedding Rings

Many wedding ring shoppers today want more than a pretty ring- they want to make sure it is ethically sourced and conflict-free. Here's what to look for when trying to find an eco-friendly wedding ring.

Category: Engagement

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History’s Scars: Understanding the Plantation Wedding Controversy

Southern plantations have long been a destination for weddings. Now many of the most popular wedding planning websites are banning plantations from listing on their website, citing their painful legacies of slavery.

Category: Wedding Planning Society

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Green Honeymoons: Eco-Friendly Options for Your Getaway

In our more environmentally-conscious world, more and more couples are opting for eco-friendly honeymoons. Do you want to celebrate your nuptials in an environmentally responsible way? Here are some tips.

Category: Technology

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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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Teaching Your Children About Spirituality

Spirituality is an important part of life for many people - and a difficult concept for parents to explain to their children. We've got a few ways to introduce your child to the spiritual side of life

Category: Faith

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B’nai Mitzvah: Coming of Age in Judaism

Most of us have heard of bar and bat mitzvahs. But have you heard of a b'nai mitzvah? Check out the progressive coming of age ceremony for Jewish youth who identify as non-binary, genderqueer, or agender.

Category: Faith

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It’s a…Baby? Rethinking Gender Reveal Parties

Gender reveal parties are increasingly popular in recent years- and increasingly, facing strong backlash. While some couples fight to one-up each other on social media, others are fighting against gender norms.

Category: Society

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Living Together: How Cohabiting Couples Fare in the 21st Century

More and more, unmarried couples are deciding to cohabitate- "moving in" together. What was once a taboo is now very common. But statistically, how do those couples fare against others? Are they more likely to succeed?

Category: Engagement

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The Wizard of Oz: Children’s Classic or Atheistic Allegory?

The Wizard of Oz is one of America's most beloved tales. Throughout the years, many have had their own interpretations of just what Dorothy, Toto, and all the rest might really represent, including atheists.

Category: Society

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Is Your Spouse Too Controlling of You?

Toxic relationships don't begin and end with physical or mental abuse. Some begin with controlling behavior, like policing your time or limiting your contact with others. Here are signs you may have a controlling spouse.

Category: Marriage Society

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