via The Atlantic

Every day in June, the most popular wedding month of the year, about 13,000 American couples will say “I do,” committing to a lifelong relationship that will be full of friendship, joy, and love that will carry them forward to their final days on this earth.

Except, of course, it [...]

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Mistake #1: Not Dealing With Debt
Newsflash: Money is the #1 thing couples fight about. Fess up about your personal debt — because for better or worse — and then set up a financial game plan with our budgeter.

Mistake #2: Alienating Your Friends
Friends [...]

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via theAtlantic.com

The reasons why families fight during holidays very much apply to weddings as well. As featured in the Atlantic, these include 1) the narcissism of small differences 2) social allergens 3) passive aggression 4) sibling rivalries don’t stop at childhood. Learn more about what these common disagreements are, and why they [...]

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via time.com

Evolution tells it straight: Some people make more desirable partners than others. Current theories on mate value go a little like this: People who have it all, including good looks and status, can land a partner who also has it all. The people who don’t, well, they’re going to have to [...]

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Parents and Puppy Love

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via suhaibwebb.com

Parents are our first glimpse into understanding the concept of love. In this narrative, a sister describes the romanticized love she has been blessed to witness from her parents.

“The narrative is not my own but it is still a personal one. It is about the two most important people in [...]

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