Being present is more important than receiving presents this year. I’ve never been a good gift giver, because this is not one of my primary ways I show that I care about someone. Shopping usually terrifies me as I try to figure out how to show I care for someone through an inanimate gift. This year my mind can't even go there. The idea of shopping for presents falls flat.
Not to sound like a spoiled-rotten husband, but my wife is always the beaming gift-giver in these exchanges, as if her creative brilliance has made my day. Again.
I've tried to make my kids understand that they have more than enough stuff and that millions of kids have nothing. I want them to be more grateful and less greedy. It's been largely a losing effort, a fact I am confronted with every December. And I blame my mother-in-law. There. I said it.
When you are still getting to know someone and want to show your affection through a gift at the holidays, what to buy can be a tricky endeavor. CreditDonkey.com has valuable insight for you, based on our survey of over 600 guys that asked them what they like and dislike for holiday gifts.
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Valentine's Day. It’s just a day, right? Wrong. Expectations are high. Disappointments are high. Self love and appreciation seem to be at an all-time low on this one particular day of the year. Perhaps that this is why there are more relationship break-ups on this day than any other day of the year.
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Question My fiancée recently took the bar exam, and has been busy with her job search ever since. What with my lengthy work hours, her studying for the bar and now job search, not to mention our extensive wedding planning (with our families), it seems like we just haven’t been able to spend all that much time together. Given all that’s been going on, I thought it might be a good idea to surprise her with something special - any ideas? Answer
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In society, Christmas begins earlier and earlier. In fact, it often starts before Advent even begins. In religious tradition, it actually starts on Christmas day and continues to be observed for twelve days until Epiphany (January 6th). This is also a time when children are often off from school which can lead to added stress in families. Here are twelve video clips that you can watch with your children during this time. As you do, you and your child(ren) will explore different aspects of the Christian meaning behin