Whether you’ve been partnered for six months, six years, or over six decades, easy romantic gestures can help cut through the weeds of monotony that can make relationships feel a little less glamorous than the movies.
Whether you want to relax on a beach in the Caribbean, hike the world's most famous canyon, explore ancient ruins, eat world-famous cuisine or learn more at historically significant sites this year, CNN Travel has the right spot for you.
Sometimes, prayer for marriage is something people neglect in the time of troubles. But communication with God can be a remedy to your loneliness, broken marriage or relationships. Your happiness is literally within one prayer distance. So, don't wait, talk to our Lord, and He will lead you to it.
1. “Sex was great but we still have issues to resolve”
Never use sex to blanket your issues as a couple. Sex is not the best way of measuring a good relationship; it’s possible to have explosive sex even with someone who hurts you. Do calm down after the high and talk about your issues. Make up sex is good, but only when actual making up occurs and matters are addressed.
While many ladies are struggling to hook someone who will put a ring on it, a Nigerian Twitter user by name Blecyn has revealed how she once rejected a marriage proposal because of the size of the boyfriend’s penis.
Breaking up with someone is never easy. No matter how hard we try, sometimes problems in a relationship can’t be resolved. No one looks forward to this task as it is unpleasant and usually causes pain and confusion for all involved.
Loving someone means you are only concerned with how he makes you feel loved, special or appreciated. Being in love means you worry about how to make him feel loved as well because that is equally as important to you.
Over the Christmas season, Santa's image is everywhere, but do we really understand the history and origin of one of the biggest traditions? When the kids inevitably ask, “Who is Santa?” what do we say? As with any question from our children, we can use it as a teaching opportunity.
Christmas is so full of wonder, meaning and tradition. But, where did all these things that we now call "Christmas" come from? Let's briefly sketch the origin and development of what we now celebrate as Christ's birth.