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Keeping a Marriage Fun and Exciting

Hi! My name is Melissa. My husband Louis and I have been married 32 years. Our two children are grown and have children of their own. Louis and I have been through some rough times in our many years of marriage. In the beginning, I was frightened when we hit a rough patch. I was so afraid that a divorce was going to be in our future. However, we started going to marriage counseling after we had been married about seven years. We would take long breaks from counseling and then go back when necessary. We also attended some weekend relationship retreats. These things have helped us form a deep bond, and I never fear divorce anymore. I would like to share some of our counseling and retreat experiences with you. I hope that you will consider taking action if your marriage should fall upon a rough time.

Questions To Ask Before Attending A Funeral Service Of Another Culture

After you've been to several funerals, you'll typically have a good idea of how they take place and what you need to do when you attend. However, you might eventually find yourself planning to attend a funeral of someone who was active in a different culture. It's important to realize that this funeral might not proceed in a manner in which you expect. To avoid feeling embarrassed or standing out, it's advantageous to get in touch with someone who will be attending the funeral and is familiar with the culture in question. Read More 

3 Wedding Dress Shopping Mistakes To Avoid

Shopping for wedding dresses can be one of the most exciting parts of planning your wedding. Even if you're not normally the dressy type, it can be hard not to get excited by the intricate creations of silk and lace that line the racks of the bridal shops. However, dress shopping can also be more frustrating than you might expect. What do you do when you try on dress after dress, and still can't make a decision? Read More 

Consider Breastfeeding Your Baby Before Adoption

If you are pregnant and you are not in a good position to raise a child, then you may consider giving your child up for adoption. Your child is likely to find a permanent home very quickly, especially since only about 1% of all babies born in the United States are given up for adoption. Prospective parents are usually placed on long waiting lists as well. If you think that giving up your child is best for your baby's future, then make sure to solidify the health of your newborn by breastfeeding while in the hospital. Read More