Getting married is one of the most exciting things for young people. It’s the start of a new life and opens the doors to countless adventures. While planning the wedding is often thought of as the most important thing to do, no one should forget about the honeymoon. This trip should be one where the bride and groom enjoy each other’s company and revel in the fact that they are now husband and wife. Here are some of the most popular destinations if you’re struggling to decide where to go.
When getting married to the person you love, divorce is the last thing on your mind. However, divorce is a sad reality many couples face at some point in their marriage, especially now that couples are spending time in isolation due to the global health crisis. Seeing their family falling apart is hurtful not only to parents but children as well, which is why parents should strive to minimize the emotional effects of separation when divorce is inevitable.
Ask most newlyweds, and they will probably say that they have fond memories of their honeymoon. This key step following the wedding marks the new adventure that a couple begins in life together. Every honeymoon is unique and personal. Some folks fly far away to explore a new country while others stay closer to home to enjoy an activity brimming with excitement. Let’s be honest. It hasn’t been easy to say “I do” during the coronavirus pandemic, but there are creative ways to still define your wedding bliss and head for honeymoon nirvana. Check out our tips.
In the United States, 40% to 50% of marriages end in divorce, and the divorce rate for any following unions is even higher. While there’s any number of reasons for couples to get a divorce, kids can certainly be a huge factor. Sleepless nights, dirty diapers, and petty arguments don’t exactly set the tone for romance. Plus, when you feel like an empty shell of a human, it can be difficult to give your spouse affection or attention, even for a few minutes. Luckily, there are a number of relatively simple ways to revive your marriage. Here’s how to keep the spark alive, even with tiny humans tugging at your sleeves.
One of the most exciting seasons of life for many parents is when your daughter becomes engaged to be married. Here are five tips to keep in mind when helping your daughter pull off the wedding of her dreams.
Kid-friendly weddings are in vogue as more marrying couples realize the profound ways children add to nuptials. Use your family’s own special, unique style to your advantage when you include your children of all ages in your wedding experience.
How to survive the newborn phase with your spouse? During pregnancy, we prepare ourselves for a stage where we know we will have sleepless nights. Then the reality hits us hard after childbirth. The newborn phase is equally difficult for both the mother and the father. It becomes chaotic, waking up in the middle of […]
What couple’s therapy can teach you? Photo by Pablo Heimplatz on Unsplash You’re always fighting, and it doesn’t seem to stop. Your relationship just isn’t how it used to be. You fear that soon, one of you is going to ask for a divorce. If you’re at what feels like the rock bottom of your relationship, it’s time […]
Planning and arranging an extravagant wedding is always stressful. Here are some tricks for a stress-free wedding day. No matter how well you prepare, there will always be something that won’t go as planned. Still, you can lessen the level of your stress by adopting some simple tricks. Following are 7 effective tips and […]
Our true story about love at first sight: me and Husband. It happened long time ago (in 1993) in a far far galaxy away… Joking apart we met first time at the university where I studied and where he worked as assistant. Our family backgrounds were very different: I am only child, he comes from a […]