marraige

I see a man who has committed every fiber of his being to keeping our family together. It suddenly occurred to me that my heart wasn't the only one that ached over the past few months. His did, too. Despite that, he has carried on with the calm, steady manner that I always recognized, but never realized was so vital to our relationship.
Millions of couples marry each year. Like my son and his fiancée, and my husband and I, they'll step into marriage bright-eyed, optimistic, ready to give it their all. The good news: despite all the challenges that marriage can bring, a vast majority of them will succeed.
"I actually turned him down twice when he asked me to marry him."
Working with a significant can be a dream come true -- or a disaster. Here are tips for working side-by-side with your sweetie.
Apparently, they called it a "bro-job," which referred to the oral sex the male rowers occasionally engaged in with one another in the showers back in high school.
We cannot forget that real love and connection is a person-to-person experience. We need eye-contact and touch to experience connection, not just a screen.
I suddenly had a whole new understanding of my husband. I began to see my husband's childhood in a whole new light. He didn't have to change into pajamas to be comfortable at night. His family did what they thought was the best for him with the knowledge and resources they had.
I was shocked to read, was the following excerpt of Dr. Boyce Watkins's open letter to Janay Rice in which he calls women who stay with their abusers in order to keep their families intact "heroes."
If this were to happen, then other laws would have to change -- laws that guarantee certain benefits to a spouse and only