When John Vigiano Sr. lost both of his boys (one a firefighter, and the other a police detective) on September 11th, 2001, there was one thing he was thankful for. Watch this incredible video, animated by StoryCorps, to find out what that was, and always remember to say "I love you."
We know you're pumped to get back home for the holidays (free snacks! All the wine!), but is he excited to spend his days cooped up in your childhood bedroom while your dad sleeps downstairs?
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
One lucky visitor to the Addo Elephant National Park caught this loving moment when a baby elephant was reunited with its father.
Relationship coach Ashley Davis Bush gives you the six easy habits you can put into effect during your family's dinner time. It will help your relationship with your spouse and create a warm family environment for all!
Everyone knows of celebs like Gisele Bundchen and Scarlett Johansson, but what about their other halves? No, we don't mean their significant others, we mean their twins. Didn't know how many celebs have twins? Neither did we. So we did some digging!
In my note to you last week, I told you that I was in the midst of Jain high holiday. So, for the last 3 days, Hemal and I flew out to be with my family. There was a ceremony that we all participated in as a family that tapped me into my own divinity, the love of my family, my brother, my husband, and the Universe in a way I haven’t felt in a very, very, very long time. I had to tell you about it, and how love doesn’t just come in the form of a man. It is so so much bigger than that.
Children are much more aware of their environment than we often give them credit for. In many cases, they take on the caretaking role for a parent who is suffering from addiction or mental illness. Your marriage isn't the only thing affected.
Lately, there’s a HUGE divide in family relationships and everyone is talking about it. It could be your siblings, your children your parents and even your friends. Well, you get the idea. Inherent in basically every relationship is you think that the other person just innately understands what you expect from them, and the same is true visa-versa.
Love is a funny thing. It urges us to do things we’d never imagine possible. It is what make us open our hearts to another creature, and this trait doesn't belong to humans alone. Sometimes animals form unusual bonds that bend our understanding of the wild kingdom.
In 2004, my 5'7" father weighed 268 pounds and was diabetic. He was in a dire state. He'd struggled with his weight for years, but some devastating news from his doctor gave him the wake-up call he needed: if he didn't do something to drop the weight, he would, in all likelihood, die in five years. So, under his doctor's stern recommendation, my dad underwent lapband surgery that same year. Sure, his life was at stake, but somehow, I don't think that was his biggest motivator to get lap-band surgery. I think his decision was about something much bigger than himself.
Does a lack of communication reveal another side to your significant other you didn't know existed?