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How Not to Destroy Your Marriage: 8 Tips for Staying a Happy Couple

“All marriages are happy. It’s the living together afterward that causes all the trouble”.  -Raymond Hull So how do you make your marriage work? Or do you just blindly hope it’ll take care of itself? Think of a hot, successful date with someone you’re attracted to. You have fun, great conversation and more sexual chemistry than a warehouse full of pheromones. You don’t have to “work at” the date because it’s self sustaining. It runs as smoothly as the gliding hand of a classical guitar maestro and you can’t wait for another rendition. But marriage, or any long term relationship;...
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A note to the frustrated Dreamer- Tyler Perry

THIS IS FOR FRUSTRATED DREAMERS I was driving in to work this morning and I started thinking about all the days I dreaded going to work. I was so sick of it… the job, my boss, the people I worked with, the traffic… I would wake up angry every morning. I didn’t want to deal with the crap of the job, but I was forced to go. I had been homeless, I was broke, living paycheck to hopefully the next paycheck. I couldn’t take a day off for fear I would get fired. I was just frustrated. I thought I...
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“WHEN LOVE STANDS”! ~ Truly Faithful ~ OEV

This is one of those Random post which might not be in consonance with the business theme of this blog but which I saw and felt might heal a home, For me a good home is what makes a successful man. I pray it touches you the way it touched me; -follow @Seunajibade on twitter Enjoy this read. In 2009 when my husband and I were separated and contemplating divorce, I was filled with so much hostility that it was literally impossible for me to reconcile with him. And if you think I was hostile, he was even more hostile...

VALENTINE’S DAY-a two way Street

A friend and I were talking about spouses, dating and gift giving when the conversation turned to february 14. "why is it that women always seem to think that Valentine's day is only about them?" he asked. "what do you mean?" I responded. Of course I knew. "Valentines day is about celebrating love, but women seem to think it's about men buying them jewelries, flowers and candy. It's a two-way street, but women don't see it that way." I protested and he conceeded he really meant "most" women, not "all" women. but this caring, sensitive man was adamant in his...