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7 Ways to Build a Love That Lasts

Category: Exclusives, Experts
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos. Photo: KOA/FameFlynet Pictures
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos. Photo: KOA/FameFlynet Pictures

By Amy Osmond Cook, Ph.D.

Hollywood is boasting a bevy of babies.  Jennifer Garner and Kelly Ripa are known for focusing on their families, while maintaining busy careers.  Robert Downey Jr. and his wife, Susan, are rapturously cradling a new baby boy.  Not only that, but Angelina Jolie is rumored to be pregnant again. How do these celebrities manage to keep their romantic relationships strong with the many demands of having a career and children?

Drs. Charles D. Schmidt and Elizabeth A. Schmidt conducted a 25-year study of couples who had been happily married for 30 years or more to find out what makes love last.  They found seven secrets to building a happy and successful marriage.  That’s not easy to do with a carful of kiddos—but as these celebrity moms and dads show, it can indeed be done.  Here’s how:

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From Bad Dates to Fireworks: How Different Dates Lead You to Your Knight

Category: Guest Posts
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By Lindsley Lowell

Just because Valentine’s Day is over doesn’t mean single women can breathe a sigh of relief.  Talk of spring romance is just around the corner, and many single women are still not feeling the love.  For them, Valentine’s Day was more like Valencrime’s Day.  It’s hard for women, especially those over 35, to believe that there’s true love out there for them.  When friends and family tell you that you’re too picky, thereby implying that you should settle, remember to close your ears.  Instead, listen to what your heart is telling you.  The fact is, your close ones don’t have to live with the guy … you do.

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How to Master Being in a Relationship

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By Nan O’Brien

As a professional Spiritual Teacher and Intuitive Counselor, I am always asked, “When will I meet the right person?”  You may think of yourself as a failure unless you are in a happy, committed relationship.  You may feel you aren’t attractive, funny, sexy, or smart enough.  Ultimately, it all boils down to one question in your head: “What’s wrong with me?”

The good news is, the answer is “nothing”!  The most common reason people do not find happiness in relationships is because they have trouble learning the intuitive life lesson of balance.  It can be tough to tell if this problem is at the root of your relationship issue.  Ask yourself these questions:

Do you always feel you must take care of others?  Do you feel guilty if you put yourself first?  Are you attracted to partners who have had problems in prior relationships?  Do you work at making your partner feel loved, while at the same time doubting if he or she feels as strongly as you do?  Do your significant others go on to be in healthy relationships with others after leaving you?

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Single Celebrities Who Rock (and Rule)!

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Marisa Tomei. Photo: Albert L. Ortega / PR Photos
Marisa Tomei. Photo: Albert L. Ortega / PR Photos

By Terry Hernon MacDonald of singlewomenrule.com

A happy marriage may be among life’s greatest pleasures, but there’s a lot to be said for living single.  For too long, single men and women have been portrayed as unlovable, irresponsible, selfish, or childish.  (The media tend to portray single celebs in their 20s as sexy, but once she – and in this case, it’s usually a she – turns 30, the question, “Is there anyone special in your life?” comes with increasing frequency and feigned concern.)

It’s time to celebrate two unmarried women who make single living desirable, and they’re both well over 30.  If you’re not there yet, they’ll give you plenty to aspire to; if you are, they’ll give you reasons to be cheerful.

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