Tag Archives: relationship

Enlightened Women Lead in Strengthening a Relationship

Have you heard any of these jokes: A lady inserted an ad in the classifieds: ‘Husband Wanted’. Next day she received a hundred letters. They all said the same thing: ‘You can have mine.’ If you want your spouse to listen and pay strict attention to every word you say — talk in your sleep. […]

Where To Go For Practical Romantic Help

The Capitol of Romance is a site that explores romance from an ‘arms distance’ and looks at different ways that you can express or receive romance. Sometimes, however, you need big time romance help from the experts. We have put together a list of these and want to sent you over to our sister site: […]

Our Next Item is the Perfect Relationship. What is Your Bid?

John Gottman of the Gottman Institute has studied relationships for decades. He has watched very closely for the tell-tale signs of what goes right and what goes wrong.

Hot Hot Hot

Over at My Redhead on wordpress.com you will find a celebration of life, love, marriage, and romance. It’s a blog about an ex-minister’s ongoing relationship with his gorgeous redhead wife. There is lots to learn here about the ongoing nature of a relationship full of the sweetest kind of romance.

Love Addictions by Mystikka

It is difficult to maintain faith in our spiritual power when we find ourselves co-mingled in someone else’s world, reality, or game. It is a nearly impossible to stay true to ourselves when the illusion of a ‘need’ for a relationship in our lives, or a ‘need’ for a person, overshadows the NEED for what […]

The Riddle of “The Cube”

The Cube is an entertaining and inspirational visualization that has been handed down for generations. It is designed to gain personal insights free from external judgement. You can do this by yourself or can share it with a friend! Imagine you see a bare stretch of sandy beach. Just sand and sky. Imagine a single […]

Till Death Do Us Part

Through laughter and tears, romance paves the way to whatever lies ahead.

Emotionally Healthy Relationships

– By Yvonne Perry There is nothing more frustrating than a relationship that is always in turmoil and in need of a referee. Friends and family can be supportive but they tend to take sides or else they don’t have the qualifications to help as a counselor.