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30 Day Happiness Challenge. A simple jump start to living a happier life! 30 Tag, 30 Day Challenge Journal, Marriage Challenge, Relationship Challenge, Love Challenge, Happiness Challenge, Happiness Project, Monthly Challenge, How To Be Happy

30 Day Happiness Challenge

Very rarely does one sentence have immediate impact on me. Very rarely does one sentence change the way I interact with my family. But this one did. Hands Free Mama, Six Words, Parenting Advice, Co Parenting Classes, Kids And Parenting, Raising Kids, Simple Words, Rodin, Sentences

6 Words You Should Say Today

6 Words You Should Say Today, Rachel Macy Stafford "Very rarely does one sentence have immediate impact on me. Very rarely does one sentence change the way I interact with my family.

It’s easy to fall into this critical trap, especially in a marriage. But here's one simple idea to remember that could make all the difference in your marriage. The Better Man Project, Marriage Advice, Happy Marriage, Love And Marriage, Dating Advice, Questions To Ask, This Or That Questions, Life Satisfaction, Quitter

The Marriage Miracle That Can Improve Your Marriage, but Few Will Try

Netflix and Chill? Here& How the Streaming Site Really Influences Relationship kindle publishing kindle authors kindle forum kindle software

In another blog, I addressed the power of the tongue by noting that your tongue is a wild animal: you need to chain it, tame it, and train it. Chain it by being silent when you know nothing good will come out of your mouth. Tame it by vowing each day that you will harness and control your tongue. […] Media Marketing, Online Marketing, Chronic Illness, Patience, Ps, Photoshop, Studios, Legs, Inbound Marketing

9 Things Parents Should Never Say to Their Children

I didn't reach an amazingly low level overnight. it took a lot of time, patience, and experimenting to find what would work for me. Find out where I began and how it led to living a pain level that doesn't control my life!

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7 Things You Should Stop Doing to Your Spouse in Public

Do you know how your actions in public may affect your spouse and your marriage? Here are 7 things you should not do in order to honor your spouse.

We all have our trigger points. Being aware of them can help us guard against automatically shooting those quills at our family members or team at work. And being able to see them in others can help us deal more graciously with those prickly porcupines. So let’s look at seven common trigger points. #relationships #triggerpoints Relationship Building, Bible Activities, Activities For Kids, Feed Your Soul, Trigger Points, Good Wife, Baby Girl Birthday, Family Life, My Family

7 Common Trigger Points That Make People Prickly

In Confession: I Am a Porcupine, I shared with you how I can be a real porcupine at times, especially with my family and at work. Maybe you read that blog and realized that someone you love, or even you, can sometimes be a porcupine too. Porcupines do have a tender side, but these temperamental […]

“The important thing about my mom is … she’s always there for me, even when I get in trouble.”    You see, it hasn’t always been this way. via @todaysmama Mom Advice, Parenting Advice, Grandkids, Baby Bumps, Attachment Parenting, Children, Your Child, Safety, Kid Stuff

The Important Thing About Yelling

“The important thing about my mom is … she’s always there for me, even when I get in trouble.” You see, it hasn’t always been this way. via @todaysmama

Do you want your family to trust you? One of the best ways to build that trust is to say what you mean and mean what you say. Words are powerful, for good and bad. But perhaps no words are more damaging and trust-destroying than sharp, cutting words dripping with the ooze of sarcasm. What does sarcasm mean for families? Nothing but trouble. But sarcasm can be worse than direct, blunt meanness. Why? Because sarcasm is basically meanness that’s cloaked in an insincere complement. Here are 5… Say What You Mean, Nothing But Trouble, Trust Yourself, Powerful Words, Self Help, It Hurts, Sarcasm, Life Lessons, Parenting Hacks

How Being Sarcastic Will Hurt Your Family

You build trust when you say what you mean and mean what you say. What does sarcasm mean for families? Nothing but trouble!

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“I Hate You”

Comparison is at the heart of the “Mommy Wars” that are so prevalent in our society. Here, relationship expert Dr. Julie de Azevedo Hanks shares some tips on how to stay out of the fight.

Encouraging your husband begins with believing in him and respecting him as a person. Try these 4 ways to inspire your husband to encourage him in life. Showing Respect, Taps, Thankful, Encouragement, Prayers, Relationships, Marriage, Faucets, Mariage

4 Ways to Inspire Your Husband

Being thankful helps relationships. Here are 99 things, at various times, that I am thankful for my husband.

The Perils of Perfectionism, interview with Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife Relationship Issues, Relationships, Talking To You, My Brain, Perspective, Marriage, Parenting, Interview, Profile

Podcast : The Perils of Perfectionism

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How does sexual frequency affect well-being?  Find out here. | Health.com Burn Calories, Happy Couples, Young Couples, News Health, Health Advice, Stay Fit, Thought Catalog, Beauty Salons, Grandmothers

Here's How Often Happy Couples Have Sex

From screaming anal orgasms, squirting orgasms, nipple orgasms, clitoral orgasms to the g-spot, here's how to have each type of real female orgasm.

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5 Things Mormons Believe That Other Christians Do Not, But Make So Much Sense

Divorce is on the rise among people 50 and older who have been married 20 to 30 years. Here’s why—and what you can do to save your marriage. Sixty And Me, Alzheimer's And Dementia, Caregiver, Alzheimers, Cancer, Memories, Nice, Check, Dementia Activities

Many people ask whether it is possible to file an asbestos claim after someone they love has died of mesothelioma. It is possible, but time is of the essence.

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