Here are a few select people out there who still believe that love like the one in The Notebook truly does exist. Most individuals though, come to the realization that instead of finding a soul mate, life can be just as satisfying meeting somebody they can tolerate. Of course it’s much easier to tolerate a person when they have a 2nd home in Acapulco to go with their 3rd home in Aspen. There are definitely some sacrifices to make if you plan on marrying a millionaire but these ten steps will help you find true stability, which is the next best thing to true love. Continue reading
(Psychologytoday): Research indicates you can get mad as hell or avoid conflict altogether. But the positivity must outweigh the negativity by five to one.
If you are worried about the future of your marriage or relationship, you have plenty of company. There’s no denying that this is a frightening time for couples. More than half of all first marriages end in divorce; 60 percent of second marriages fail. What makes the numbers even more disturbing is that no one seems to understand why our marriages have become so fragile. Continue reading
By Sandy Malone
Everybody wants to be a wedding planner. Okay, maybe not EVERYBODY, but a ridiculously large number of young women (and some young men) want to learn how to be professional event planners when they grow up. You can even major in Event Planning at some real universities now! Not to mention the hundreds of useless Wedding Planner certification courses offered by for-profit trade groups all over the United States.
First off, let me tell you that a degree in Communications or Public Relations or Business will serve you far, far better in the event planning field than any bullshit certification that says you know how to plan weddings without any practical experience.
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