Posts Tagged Self Care - Get Ordained

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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Spiritual Tips To Improve Your Life

Life has a funny way of humbling us. When we're up, something might happen to send us right back down. But a little self-improvement and increased autonomy can improve your mental state and help you find happiness again.

Category: Society

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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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Vacation Rental Ruses: How To Avoid These Scams on Your Honeymoon

Getting away for your honeymoon after your wedding? Watch out for these common short-term rental scams. Fraudsters and scam artists are out there, but watching for a few tell-tale signs can save you major headaches.

Category: Technology

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Finding Healthy Ways To Mourn

The loss of a loved one is never easy. Even months or years after the funeral, a simple thought can send you into mourning again. The grieving process is complex and difficult: here are healthy ways to get through.

Category: Funeral Loss

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How to Plan a Funeral

After the loss of a loved one, planning a funeral may sound like the last thing you want to do. However, it is something that must be done. Here's how to navigate the specifics and come out on the other side.

Category: Funeral

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How To Take a Family Member’s Addiction Into Consideration When Planning Your Wedding

Are you stressing out over how to balance the bar at your wedding with a family member who is struggling with alcohol addiction? You aren't alone. Here's how to handle this very delicate situation with grace.

Category: Wedding Planning

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American Divorce Rates: The Real Story Behind the Statistics

We've all heard the oft-repeated statistic that 50% of American marriages end in divorce. But the truth may shock you: divorce rates have been falling since 1980 and newer generations divorce less than older ones.

Category: Marriage

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How Having a Zen Garden Can Enrich Your Life

If you need some peace in your life, you may want to consider adding a zen garden to your property. These gardens are rising in popularity because they require little maintenance and provide great tranquility.

Category: Society

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