Welcome to 30 Days Of Love, our one-month initiative to bring you closer to the love you deserve just in time for Valentine's Day. Today, we're shining the spotlight on forgiveness — and its role in a fulfilling relationship.
We are one day closer to Valentine's Day, so it's time to think about forgiveness. For a relationship to thrive, forgiveness is essential.
Everyone makes mistakes, so don't be surprised if you find yourself needing to forgive (or ask for forgiveness!) in your relationship. But a mea culpa doesn't mean that you're doomed for failure: Relationship expert Charles J. Orlando explains why forgiveness can be a very good practice for couples!
As we get closer to Valentine's Day, we take today to examine affection.
As we inch closer to Valentine's Day, and continue on our 30 Days Of Love journey, today we're extolling the virtues of communication.
As we inch closer to Valentine's Day, and continue on our 30 Days Of Love journey, today we're extolling the virtues of compliments. And what better way to make a compliment stick than to have it emblazoned on a piece of wall art for your love?
In 30 days, can you achieve an even healthier, happier and more fulfilling love life? Hell yes, we say. But what makes for a healthy, happy and fulfilling love life, anyway? That's what we'll explore throughout the month ahead in an exciting journey we're calling 30 Days Of Love.
I was a college bound senior in high school and I fell like a dope in love. He was one of those anarchist punk types that roamed the halls of the school, a dream in steel toed Doc Martens and Japanime-wild hair. My mother screamed, my father tried to talk me out of it, but no use. Have you ever tried talking to a seventeen year old girl about how the boyfriend she loves more than weekends and snow days combined isn’t the best for her? Besides, I was hip-deep in anarchopunk bliss myself--I only occasionally surfaced into the mainstream.
Who doesn’t love chocolate? But how much did YOU eat by Valentine’s Day? According to Nielsen’s, we buy more than 58 million pounds of chocolate candy during Valentine’s week alone, about $345 million worth. That’s just over 5 percent of total chocolate sales for the whole year.
You started out the new year with a bang. You re-upped your online dating membership, sent countless messages and said yes to every blind date imaginable. Yet still, here you are, single on Valentine’s Day. In my unmarried days, I remember the agony of sitting at home on that fateful day of the year, opening the door for my roommate’s date to find him with a dozen red roses and a romantic twinkle in his eye then returning to my bowl of lukewarm ramen noodles.