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Do You Pass the Bird Test?: How Being Attentive Can Save Your Relationship

Failing the bird test doesn’t mean the end of your relationship. Instead, it’s the start of building a more attentive, connected relationship. It’s a misconception that relationships need grand gestures. Often, it’s the little things that matter, like getting excited over a bird. Are you being attentive in your relationship? Are you responding to your […]

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10 Tips for Managing Family Finances without the Stress

Family finances have you stressed? Here are some of the top tips for getting your family ready to save and spend with leisure no matter your means. The finances of a growing family can change just as fast as the stock market. And if you don’t have any financial security for those dips and rises,

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“The Story I’m Telling Myself”: One Phrase That Can Prevent Miscommunication

Have you ever believed that your loved one’s silence was telling you something it wasn’t? This one phrase can prevent miscommunication in your relationships. “My partner didn’t compliment me; they don’t find me attractive anymore.” This is the kind of thought that can create tension and miscommunication in a relationship. But here’s the thing: it’s

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The 2-2-2 Rule: Date Ideas to Build and Maintain a Long-Lasting Relationship

The 2-2-2 rule is nothing without amazing date ideas. Use these planning questions and date ideas to keep your love alive. One of the most common misconceptions about long-term relationships is that dating only comes before. Instead, all that effort, communication, and quality time needs to be sustained throughout the relationship to keep love alive.

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15 Valentine’s Activities the Whole Family Will Love

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples—it’s for families too. Shower everyone in love by doing these fifteen Valentine’s Activities this month. The day of hearts, flowers, and chocolates, is often synonymous with romance. However, Valentine’s Day is just another perfect day to shower our family, friends, and, of course, our significant others in love. If

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10 Biggest Relationship Challenges That Couples Face

On your relationship journey, identify and prevent these ten most common relationship challenges to avoid the potholes and safely reach your destination: a happy family. Staying in love for the long haul can be a scary proposition because the road is often riddled with potholes. But if you’re aware of what lies ahead, you’ll have

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Creating a Positive Affirmation Routine for Your Family

Positive affirmations are more than just a mantra; they’re an important part of your family’s daily routine. The more natural, the better. In today’s wellness-centered culture, people throw around the words positive affirmations all the time. But what exactly are they, and why should your family do them? In the extreme, affirmations are mantras or

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10 Goals to Set for Family Improvement

When you’re a parent, partner, or child, family improvement comes before self-improvement. Set these goals for family improvement to help your family and yourself grow. New year, new you—but what about your family? When you become a parent, you, your partner, and even your kids become one unit. Forget self-improvement. If you don’t want to

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