With ten love stories, an all-star ensemble and several swoon-worthy onscreen moments of characters declaring their love for each other, watching this romantic classic is the perfect way to get into the spirit of the holiday season.
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Between cozy social media pics of couples in love, proposals galore, and in-law gatherings, the holidays can be challenging for a single gal. But there's a method to surviving the holiday madness, and here's how to tackle single girl blues during the holidays.
For the die-hard shoppers who wait all year to find the perfect deal, Black Friday is the day to grab your wallets, put on your comfy running shoes and spend all night shopping for the perfect gifts. But how do you survive Black Friday and take advantage of all the amazing deals without breaking your bank account or letting your credit cards end up in the red?
Are you divorced and trying to figure out how you and your ex will share the kids this holiday season? Look no further for advice. This divorce coach and relationship expert offers tips on how to stay civil with your ex for the sake of the children, plus seven ways to create new and meaningful memories.
Click Here for Video Dr. Romance on Holidays with Family and In-laws Marriage means relating to in-laws and extended family. This is what "cleave to each other, forsaking all others" in the old marriage vows meant: Once married, you are now each other's primary relationship, and your relationship with your original family has to change (this is why parents cry at weddings.) So you and your partner have to let both sets of parents know that things are different now, and
As the holidays near, the hustle and bustle kicks into full gear. It's easy to let our relationships take a back seat around the holidays, but instead, why not work on cultivating your bond? Cozying up to the fire together never looked so good.
It is easy to lose focus of what’s important when the stores are filled with Valentine’s Day cards, gifts, and chocolates. We worry about being single, breaking up, and how to celebrate in a new relationship. Instead of focusing on your relationship status or the perfect Valentine’s date, remember the following tips. They’ll keep you focused on the important things in life, on Valentine’s Day and every day.
As much as I enjoy the enormously busy season from Halloween through New Year's, I'm relieved just as equally that it's over. I managed to make it through constructing another homemade costume that kept me up more hours than I can recall. I survived a massive food overhaul that provided enough leftovers to stockpile the fridge for at least a week thereafter. My finances were pinched yet wisely managed when it came down to the annual gift purchasing, wrapping, and eventual dispersing among friends and family.
Dr. Romance writes: Want to give yourself a holiday gift that will last the rest of your life? Try giving yourself the gift of happiness. Research shows that happiness and satisfaction depend more on the inner person than on external circumstances. The secret to living a happy life is to get in charge of your life and what you are doing. Then you can build the life you want.
I’m having a perfect day today, and wondering why I don’t create more perfect days for me. It’s Christmas, my kids and I spent Christmas Eve together, and I am absolutely luxuriating in doing my thing. For breakfast I enjoyed my Great Harvest Bread Company shortbread—every taste is a dreamy experience. I called my Dad, 89, and agreed how blessed we all are to be able to walk and talk and see and hear. I told him that I’ll put his Christmas $100 in a special envelope in my billfold.
Happy Holidays! I can’t believe another year is drawing to a close. It is an interesting time of year for me in particular, because my birthday and the holiday season hit all at once, and I find myself spending a lot of time in introspection during the month of December. So, in today’s post I wanted to share a realization that I had and a method to help you feel the love from your family during the holidays, especially when so many of us are dreading being around our family for more than several hours.