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Wounded by Words: How To Deal With Rude Vendors

Unless you're having a courthouse wedding, you'll be dealing with wedding vendors. The vast majority are wonderful people. Still, there are rude vendors out there. Here's how to deal if one upsets you.

Category: Wedding Planning

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How to Get Baptized

Are you planning on having you or a loved one get baptized soon? There are some common steps you'll probably need to go through, depending on the specifics of the baptism. Here are the ways you can prep for baptism.

Category: Baptism

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Reentering the Dating World After the Loss of a Spouse

After the loss of a spouse, dating may be the last thing on your mind. But eventually, you will probably want to start dating again. Consider these pointers before dipping your toes back into the dating pool.

Category: Loss

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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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Solving These Common Wedding Problems Before They Start

When you're planning your wedding, you might find that unforeseen wedding problems keep cropping up here and there. Here are some of the most common problems that surprise nearlywed couples in the planning process.

Category: Wedding Materials Wedding Planning

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Understanding the Grieving Process

Loss, and by extension grief, is a part of life. Understanding the stages and symptoms of grief is an important part of the healing process. Take a look at this article if you need some guidance on coping.

Category: Loss

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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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Watch Your Words: What Not To Say When Someone’s Grieving

When someone you care for is grieving, it can be hard to find the right words. You may say something that can cause further grief, instead of support. Here are a few things not to say to someone who's experienced loss.

Category: Loss

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Simple Tips for Making Marriage Work

Everyone knows that a great marriage requires a lot of effort from both parties. But even a little work goes a long way. Consider these marriage tips to strengthen the bond between you and your partner.

Category: Marriage

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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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