Let’s face it. You’re not Wordsworth. But don’t you ever find yourself in need of a poem to express your love for your boyfriend or husband, can’t seem to write one that sounds genuine and are totally unable find ones that aren’t cheestastic? Look no further. We’ve handpicked six of our favorite love poems for him, here for your (and his) pleasure.
Being in love is easy. It's an emotion that's central to the best marriages and relationships. But being in love is not enough. Find out what else you need to make a marriage work.
Every bride dreams of her wedding day and an album of perfectly unforgettable photos to memorialize it. The album she envisions doesn't necessarily include an infiltration from the Navy SEALs or a nude stranger bathing in a nearby lake, but sometimes that's what she gets anyway. Check out these twelve hilarious wedding photobombs.
I'm about to say something that many people never get to say in their lifetimes: I love my job. Well, I did love my job. There was a time I couldn't imagine leaving. Then I got pregnant. There's so much talk these days about "having it all" — raising a child while working full-time at a fulfilling job. But maybe the issue is not so black and white. I certainly wasn't sure what "having it all" meant for me.
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My husband came home from work one day and handed me a book about improving our marriage. "Am I really that bad?" I asked, looking down at the book as my lips began to quiver and mascara ran down my cheeks. Without hesitation, he replied, "Yes." I realized that passing the book to me was his cry for help. Maybe the last one he'd deliver. I suddenly felt sad, scared and very, very sorry.
Why does it always seem like a daunting task to get your husband to listen to you? Our expert shares her secrets.
Have you been married for years and you'd love to bring that spark back into your marriage? What if you could make your husband happy? Would you do it? I have a very inspiring success story to share with you today. It's from Kathy, one of my wonderful coaching clients. But before we go any further, it's good to note that I actually do not offer "relationship coaching" services. True!
Choosing whether or not to spend the rest of your life with a guy is a pretty weighty decision, on par with other scary decisions like whether you should eventually be responsible for the well-being of another human. Or whether you should have pizza for the fourth day in a row.
In general, women tend to rely on words, whereas men rely on actions. So, when men speak sweetly to women, women believe them, even if they don't behave accordingly. Men, on the other hand, see how women behave, and interpret the behavior to mean what they want to believe, regardless of what the woman says.
I sometimes hear from wives who deeply regret cheating on their husbands. Often, the guilt is weighing heavily on them. Sometimes, they wonder if they wouldn’t feel better if they would just come clean and tell him. But somewhere deep inside, they suspect that once they tell him and let the cat out of the bag, their marriage might never be the same.
About six times a year I travel for business leaving my husband and at least two children and a high-energy alpha puppy behind. My typical practice prior to leaving is to compose an outrageously detailed novella on what my husband and children must do during every moment that I am gone. Some common sentences from the novella include, “Feed my dog” “Wake the children up for school” “Feed the kids breakfast and don’t miss the bus” “Lock the door before bedtime” and the apparently less than obvious, “P