Getting married is a big step. Even starting a new relationship with someone is kind of like jumping into the pool feet first. Is there anything you can do to keep a relationship or marriage from ending badly? Is there anything you should know before getting married or starting a new relationship, so you can have the best chance at success?
Dear Dr. Romance: My Parents don't like my interracial relationship
I love life. I really do. I know that the world has a lot of problems, but in my opinion the good definitely out-weighs the bad. I love the simple things of life, I love the complicated things of life. The natural, the superficial. The exciting, the mundane. The ups, the downs. They're all a part of the big picture. I always try to stay positive and hold onto the good things in life, to not get blinded by the less than pleasant things that happen. There will always be times, especially in love, where things are not going right. That cute guy you've had your eye on turns out to be as interesting as a post box. The guy you've been seeing for months all of sudden changes, becomes someone you don't recognise, falls in love - with someone else. These things are never nice, but I like to think that we can always learn from our mistakes and the things that didn't work out. But when things are going right, or at least are on the right track, you realise why certain things had to happen for other things to stand a chance. Suddenly you notice everything that makes the world an amazing place to live in. As the saying goes, you've gotta take the bad with the good. But just remember, although things can get really bad, things get really good too. And when it's good, it's real good...
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With a handful of coveted bronze statues being awarded to the past year’s best films, actors and directors on March 7, we’ve come up with our very own category of nominations dedicated to the fastest growing audience of movie watchers, the baby boomers. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> With nearly 76 million boomers in the country, movie viewing and box office attendance will most likely see a huge surge as this group transitions from raising a family to empty nesters. “I loved going to the movies before my kids were born,” said Ellen T., a mother of two whose children are now college. “But, between soccer games and dance competitions, I never had the time.” Her husband Ed chimed in, “We’re catching up on the past twenty years,” he chuckled. If you’re like Ellen and Ed, it’s time to get the romance back by cuddling up to this top ten list of the most memorable romantic movie moments.
If you have ever wondered what the most romantic movie moments were, you have come to the right place. I have gone through hundreds of movies and narrowed down the top 10 according to many websites and people alike. I hope you enjoy this list. If you feel that there are more worthy movies, please let me know!