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It’s Never Too Late for a Great Date Night

9. December 2013

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It’s Never Too Late for a Great Date Night

Having regular date nights with your spouse can keep you safely in each other’s arms and put the stamp of “forever” on your marriage. To help your marriage grow stronger and be filled with more enjoyment, couples need to have a regular date night. By regular, we don’t mean once a year, not even just once [...]

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Loving the Husband More Than the Kids is Key to Good Life

28. November 2011

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By The_Stir | Parenting – Fri, Nov 25, 2011 http://shine.yahoo.com/parenting/loving-husband-more-kids-key-good-life-181900983.html   I remember asking my mom when I was little who she loved best between me and my dad. “It’s a different kind of love,” she told me then. But the kisses she and my dad shared in the toy aisle, their constant holding hands, and their long vacations [...]

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The Powerful Influence of Grandparents

28. November 2011

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by Gary and Joy Lundberg . . . .Grandparents Day is always the first Sunday after Labor Day.  Not much attention is paid to that day, probably because every day with a grandparent is a celebration. Being a grandparent is a time of deep joy and intense pleasure, in spite of aches and pains that [...]

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Wake-Up Call for Wives

26. July 2011

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By Gary and Joy Lundberg . . . . Last month we wrote the article Wake-up Call for Husbands, and were surprised to see the large number of comments and emails we received.  Now it’s time for a wake-up call for wives. Full article

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Divorce harder on children than a parent’s death

17. May 2011

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By Andrea Whatcott, Deseret News The end of a marriage, for whatever reason, has a devastating effect on families. Not only do husbands and wives have to navigate their way through changes in finances, living situations and emotional stress, but those couples divorcing with children must take the well-being of their little [...]

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Teen sex: on the decline nationally

11. April 2011

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By Sara Lenz, Deseret News KANSAS CITY — It’s a Friday evening in Kansas City, and inside a crowded auditorium full of about 22,000 teenagers, a man named Jason Evert is walking back and forth across a blue-lit stage. Evert is in his mid-30s, but he has the youthful, energetic manner of a college student. [...]

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Insights on Being an In-law

17. March 2011

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By Daryl Hoole, Meridian Magazine, March 14, 2011 . An American family on special assignment lived in a small village in Chile, high in the mountains. A native woman brought them fruit and vegetables and fresh eggs each week. They didn’t speak her language, but they were able to communicate enough to understand each other [...]

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The Magic of a Smile

10. March 2011

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by Joy Saunders Lundberg When I was about twelve years old my Aunt Fern took me aside and gave me a tip about life that I have never forgotten. Usually aunts don’t take you aside and tell you to do something you’re already doing.  I must have been going around with a grumpy countenance to provoke [...]

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Marriage Repair: Two Amazing Techniques

15. January 2011

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From a family therapist, two amazingly effective techniques for getting past long-standing disputes.    By Evan Imber-Black, Ph.D., Good Housekeeping Mag. January 2011 . When Carrie and Jim first consulted me about the chronic unhappiness in their marriage, I saw something familiar from my 35 years as a family therapist — a couple whose relationship careened [...]

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Sexual abstinence until marriage leads to stability and trust

8. January 2011

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By Marianne Holman Church News, Jan. 8, 2011 For many individuals outside of the Church, sexual involvement in the early stages of dating is seen as an important part of testing relationship compatibility and becomes a key factor in determining if a relationship can progress.  A new BYU study, published in the American Psychological Association’s Journal of [...]

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