March 2011

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Why I chose an interfaith marriage

I acknowledge the fact that being in an interfaith marriage is difficult. For someone like me who believe and live according to religious teachings, living with someone who doesn’t share my convictions and practices is extremely difficult.

reasons why open marriage doesn’t work

4 reasons why open marriage doesn’t work

It doesn’t take long before the novelty in marriage wears off and life starts to become boring and routine. Some couple resolves to open marriage in order to achieve happiness and fulfillment.

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Why Cousin Marriage isn’t bad

If first degree cousin marriage is a taboo in other countries, not in India. Marrying one’s cousin is fine as long as you follow one specific requirement. While most people find it awkward, what they don’t know is marrying your own relative can’t be that worse.

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The Ten Commandments for Marriage

When God wanted to establish His relationship with the Hebrew people, He gave them a covenant and in it was His Ten Commandments. Since marriage is a covenant between a man and a woman.

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9 things you should know about an American-Sri Lankan interracial marriage

If you’re someone who’s got a knack in cooking, then you must have the means to quickly reach to your man’s heart. But what if your specialties are typical American foods and your man is Sri Lankan?

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German-Filipina interracial marriage – how to survive when death breaks your marriage

“Till death do us part!” You hear yourself utter these very words on your wedding day and they sound so sweet.

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Is marrying an uncircumcised man against your culture?

When your boyfriend kneels down and pops up that question “Will you marry me?” Do you ask him first “Are you cut?” before you say “Yes!” or do you think it’s to see is to believe?