Posts Tagged Self Care - Get Ordained

Best Practices for Newlyweds

When you get married, it's easy to fall into bad habits out of comfort or ease. But it's important to keep focused on healthy habits like proper sleep, socializing, and regular exercise after marriage.

Category: Marriage

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Helping a Grieving Loved One

Helping a loved one through the grieving process can be a seriously trying time - for you and them. Understanding grief is key to providing the appropriate love and care to someone suffering such a painful loss.

Category: Loss

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The Wedding Weight Loss Trap: Body Image, Anxiety, and Disordered Eating

Many brides-and-grooms-to-be want to look their very best on their wedding day. But when trying to lose weight, too many get roped into yo-yo diets or develop body image problems. Here's how to take care of yourself.

Category: Society

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Ways To Honor Those You’ve Lost

When we lose someone, we often want to come up with a way to properly memorialize them and honor their memory. Here are some simple yet powerful ways to pay your respects to your dearly departed friends and family.

Category: Loss

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Tackle Your Fitness Goals as a Couple

Regular exercise is important for your general health- why not try it with your significant other? Working out together can take your relationship to the next level, as you accomplish your fitness goals together.

Category: Society

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Struggling To Plan the Perfect Wedding? Here’s Some Helpful Advice

Emotionally drained from wedding planning? You're not alone. As you hire vendors and pick out color schemes, remember that not everything can be perfect - and that's okay. Here's how to drop the pursuit of perfection.

Category: Wedding Planning

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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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Getting in Shape With Your Significant Other

Is your New Year's Resolution to lose weight? A great way to lose it is side by side with your partner. If you both start a weight loss program together, you can support each other and create healthy patterns in tandem.

Category: Society

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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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