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How To Make Your Long Distance Relationship Work

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It's difficult to be faithful when two people are so far apart, that maintaining communication becomes increasingly difficult the longer the relationship lasts, that insecurities often arise because one person can't be around to see what the other is doing, etc. But the truth of the matter is that long distance relationships can work just like other relationships can. The truth is that dating is hard and takes commitment from both parties. Below you can find tips on how to strengthen your bond w…

Top 10: Romantic Things To Do When Living Together

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Moving In Together? Here's How You're Going To Keep The Romance AliveRelationships are a little like glaciers; under various pressures, they're always moving and changing, gathering all sorts of debris. But after some time, they move so slowly, it's easy to forget they're there, particularly when you live together. To use a more familiar metaphor, one day your relationship is a wild ride, all loops and corkscrews, and then, out of nowhere, it's mellowed and straightened out.Relationships require…

Should You Ask Your Partner To Lose Weight?

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An expert weighs on on whether or not it's ever okay to ask your partner to drop pounds.BY REEGAN VON WILDENRADT"Is there any right way to ask someone to lose weight for you?" That's the question a guy anonymously asked the world via a recent Humans of New York feature. The world was quick to inform him that no, it's not okay to ask your significant other to lose weight for you, especially when it's simply for the sake of losing weight."At first I told myself I…

7 Sweet & Simple Secrets To Make Your Man Feel Loved

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If you relied on movies and TV to teach you about love, you’d think it’s all about men making swoony declarations like Lloyd Dobler with his boom box or Andrew Lincoln in Love Actually, holding those cue cards. But in real life, love’s not really like that, is it? In real life, love is knowing a person’s face, learning how their eyes flash when they’re happy, how they like to be touched when they’re sad or happy or turned on, and how to get through conflict together. James M. Sama wrote a fun li…