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Who doesn’t like a freebie? Giving gifts is at the very heart of love. But for some people, receiving and giving gifts is the best way they show just how genuinely they love their partners; that is why it is a love language. Gifts are a symbol of love and visual expression of a loving […]



In our previous article, we talked about on love language ideas involving words. There is another important love language that people crave, and it is Quality Time. Have you ever spent all day in a house with someone and the person still claim they didn’t get to spend time with you? That’s because this love […]


Five Love Languages Series: Words of Affirmation

There are five love languages that we need to speak fluently in our marriages and families. Today we start with the first, Words of Affirmation. What is Words of Affirmation as a Love Language? Words of affirmation as a love language is the use of positive words and the right tone of voice to express […]

 How I Kept Intimacy In My Marriage After Having Kids

After our honeymoon, my hubby and I definitely wanted to continue spending a lot of quality time with each other. Along came the kids and it was goodbye to our alone time. First, there was the waking-up-at-night cycle as babies. Then, there was the sleeping in our bed phase as toddlers.  Whenever we tried to […]

How I Kept Intimacy In My Marriage After Having Kids

How My Long Distance Relationship Helped Me

A lot of people thought it was crazy to have a long-distance relationship. Was it a proper commitment? Shouldn’t we have made it an “open” relationship? How did we know the other person didn’t have a proper face-to-face relationship with another?

Conflict: Good For Your Marriage?

“I’m a movement by myself, but I’m a force when we’re together. Mami, I’m good all by myself, but baby you, you make me better.” It’s not often we get relationship inspiration from pop culture, but I think this lyric is gold. It summarizes the secret of successful couples. Good alone, but better together. Like […]

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A Working Mom’s Guide To A Recession – Friendly Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow. You’re not sure how you feel about it falling on a weekday. Add the state of the economy, and you’re almost certain it won’t be as glamorous as it once was. You remember being giddy with excitement and anticipation, waiting for the gifts, the surprise getaways, the mysterious dinner dates with […]

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