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Yes, I Think It's OK To Lie To My Husband Sometimes (Don't You?)

I went into my current relationship with my eyes wide open. I knew that neither one of us was a saint, and that we had both messed up a couple of our relationships in our past. And because of this, I wanted us to be honest, but not too honest. Too honest could get us into dangerous territory, and I never wanted that. I wanted, and want, this relationship to work, so I've decided to keep some things to myself, and ask that my partner do the same.

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6 Little-Known Benefits Of Being Divorced

It's natural to want to curl up into a ball of despair, mourning the loss of your relationship and fretting about what life's next chapter has in store for you. But now that you're free from an unhappy marriage, it's the time to give yourself some TLC! To get you motivated, here are some study-backed facts that'll make you feel better about being newly single again.

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BOO-Cardi Punch And 12 More Scary-Good Halloween Cocktails

Throwing a Halloween bash? Make it spectacular with drinks that ooze, fizz, and give your party a spooky vibe. It doesn't take much to transform an ordinary cocktail into a creepy one. So if you're itching for some All Hallow's Eve action, we've got 13 thrilling Halloween cocktails that are a must-drink for your party. We promise you'll love them! Happy haunting... Photo: Sam Henderson

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It's Science: THIS Type Of Date Night Improves Your Relationship

A woman is experiencing her first real date with her husband; to further elaborate, the couple usually hangs out with one group of friends, instead of focusing the date solely on themselves. With studies proving that it's healthy for a couple to date, this will help keep the romance going in any couples relationship.

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Why I'm Soooo Glad I'm Not a Serial Monogamist

Do you move from monogamous relationship to monogamous relationship in an unbroken string of rescue from heartbreak? Do you start new relationships before your old relationships have ended? Congratulations! You're a serial monogamist! Serial monogamists are pain-avoidant, which means they start looking for new love at the first sign of relationship-ending trouble because that keeps them from having to deal with the trauma of splitting up. Serial monogamists are never alone—and that's, of course, the problem.