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New study: regular churchgoers and married people most satisfied with their love life

This article from Science Daily.


Regular churchgoers, married people or those who enjoy harmonious social ties are most satisfied with their love life. This also goes for people who are currently in love or who experience the commitment and sexual desire of their partners, says Félix Neto and Maria da Conceição Pinto of the Universidade do Porto in Portugal.

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Valentine’s Day - The Single Person’s Perspective

Ah, Valentine’s Day.  The day when romance abounds and hearts go aflutter with the love of the significant other.

But, what about the rest of us?  1,129 more words

How To Survive A BreakUp

Breakups are some of the hardest trials in life; they test our ability to cope with loss and stress.  They are emotionally difficult.  Trying not to sound too objective, I understand from experience what it is like to go through a breakup.   315 more words


Save your marriage by...watching movies?

Watching and talking about just five relationship movies over the course of a month can help cut divorce rates in half.

Gimme the gist

It’s not what you’re thinking. 208 more words


This subset of women has the best odds of making a marriage last

US divorce rates are declining, but not all marriages are created equal. Some couples have the odds stacked in their favor before they even tie knot. 368 more words

Christ Saving Power... tapped in every aspect of life, even marriage!

Genesis 3:16 (Part of the curse Adam and Eve bear for eating the deadly fruit)

Your desire will be for your husband,
and he will rule over you.”
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Moral Law

AARP: Feminism strength in relationships

The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) asserts in a recent article on its website about older men dating women their own age that feminism and liberalism in Baby Boomer women give them “hard-won inner strength in relationships.” It says that “Boomer women are strong” and describes them marching, storming and demanding – the type of behavior you might look for in a front-line soldier but which few men look for in a lover. 57 more words