Marriage Tips

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10 ways to be romantic – practical tips for men

It’s true that romance just doesn’t come, it’s made and it requires work. Early in the relationship there are lots of flowers, chocolates, roses and cards, candle light dinners and romantic dates, but as the years go by, the relationship matures into something …

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Look on your spouse’s good side – how to apply positive attitude in marriage

Just as how positive attitude helps you achieve your dreams and maintain a healthy lifestyle, it also helps you enjoy a happy and fulfilling marriage.

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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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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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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?

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2 Ways to Effectively Enhance Romance in Your Marriage

Let me put it blunt. You don’t need flowers, romantic songs, chocolates, cards or anything that’s in the shape of heart to enhance romance in your marriage. You only need two simple things that don’t even cost a penny but are most effective in bringing love to your marriage.

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Why raising boys scares your man

While some husbands are excited of having a son, some are not. It’s not that they don’t like having boys around; it’s the idea of raising their mini-me that terrifies them. Would I be able to relate to him?