"What you mean $50? I could just do it myself."
Truth is, good deeds make you feel good too.
So don't be afraid to show your quirky side!
You just need two words.
We hit rock bottom, probably more than once, and each time clawed our way back up, until eventually we stopped trying to live like that and put everything at risk, our relationship, our investments, our everything, so we could find some peace.
My husband and I were friends before we were a couple. But we don't wait for a day to express our love and gratitude for each other. For us, every day is special. And with two toddlers, this is not easy. But here's how we commit to everyday happiness.
It's a mistake to think that you can put your relationship "on hold" until the kids are gone. Instead, practice these eight ways to take your marriage "off hold" right now, and keep it alive and well throughout the various stages of your life together.
Sometimes it feels as though there are three parties in my relationship -- my husband, me, and Autism. For a long time autism ate up every minute my spouse and I spent together. I'm by no means an expert, but here are a few pearls I've gleaned after 15 years' married about making a relationship work when you have a child with special needs.
A husband's happiness is significantly related to how his wife feels about the union, according to researchers at Rutgers
You might say this is a classic case of the blind leading the blind. What I offer you here are pearls of wisdom after 15 years of marriage and seven years of being a divorced single parent. Had I known then what I know now, perhaps my happily ever after would have happened the first time around.
Happiness is something we all try to attain, but when it comes to finding happiness in relationships, it's not rocket science
A new study by the University of Chicago found that good health and agreeability on the part of husbands are keys to preventing
A new study finds that newlyweds know on a subconscious level whether their marriage will be a happy one or not, and that
When it comes to a happy marriage, in both the long and short term, a new US study says that wives hold the power. University
iPhones and other gadgets can be useful, but they don't make us happy -- but people and human relationships do, at least
Enjoying marital bliss? If so, you can thank your DNA, at least according to a new study from the University of California
What does it really take to have a happy and lasting marriage? Turns out it's fighting. Most couples interpret fighting as
I often have people confiding in me about their relationship issues (like I'm the resident expert?), and I have only one statement of advice that I share with everyone: Marriage is hard work! There you have it, folks -- no 12-step program to wedded bliss and no sound-bite, Dr. Phil-worthy, pithy pointers. Just the facts. The cold, hard facts.
Kids aren't for everyone. And according to Ellen L. Walker, author of "Complete Without Kids: An Insider's Guide to Childfree
When I was a little girl, I didn't smile very much. People would ask what was wrong with me. Believing I had so much to be