Vacation Together or Watch Your Relationship Die

Eighty-six percent of all couples cannot remember the last vacation just the two of them took together.  Seventy percent of all couples divorce or live un-happily together.  And, the infidelity (sex, money and emotional) rate skyrockets.  Is it any wonder this awfulness happens when couples don’t celebrate, re-sanctify and re-energize their most valuable asset: their relationship? Your relationship needs no more BS or land mines....
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More TV Shows About Couples

Love, romance and sex are what we watch the most (other than local house fires, celebrities behaving badly, or wars in foreign lands), so it’s a no-brainer to find out mainstream television puts on new shows about couples.  But, how enjoyable and true to (our) lives are these?  See for...
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Husband Finds Out Why His Wife Doesn’t Want Sex

After the 3-year hormonal command has petered-out, it takes all of us a lot more to get aroused to have sex with our regular partner. One wife spurned her husband so much that he kept track — for a solid month.  But guess who posted it all...
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Threaten to Disrupt Someone’s Wedding?

If you really love someone (friend, relative or child of yours) and you feel and think they’re making the worst mistake of their life, what can, should or might you do?  And, when it comes to the part about “object now or forever hold your peace”, what do you do?  Here’s one mother’s...
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Why make your boss pay when you’re unhappy in love?

What might be better than the Affordable Care Act (aka, ObamaCare) for both business owners and employees? How about helping couples increase their relationship’s health and happiness? Why?  Because employee divorce is drains company profits, and loss of productivity may actually be a company’s single greatest operating expense! On the stress meter of life, divorce is second only to . ....
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Does Global Warming Cause Couples to Cheat?

Lots of factors influence whether a couple commits adultery — infidelity — cheating.  Even though your body temperature might soar because of the ‘hot sex’ and breaking of commitments, is that actually influenced by how hot the weather is outside?  Hmmmmm…..check this...
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One Third of Gay Newlyweds Are Over 50

Today’s generation of gay couples is modeling an affirmative approach to marriage — and assigning a respectful significance to it — that straight couples often do not. How often, after all, are longtime heterosexual couples . ....
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How Many Men and Women Are Married by Age 30

Who do you know feels pressure because they’re not married? This chart explains what age do people marry, so singles can better understand where they fit...
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New Television Series About Couples

This romantic comedy TV show about couples exposes the differences between men and women through the unfiltered thoughts, and often contradictory actions, of a new couple who have just begun...
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Mother And Son Break From The Norm With Unreal Dance During Wedding

This video of a mother-son wedding dance(off) shows the pair perform a seriously choreographed dance medley in front of their very surprised wedding guests — not to mention the...
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What Makes Men Good Dancers

Want to be a good dancer? It’s all in the neck and knee: Men who move their head and right leg are seen as more attractive (according to the ladies).  And, here’s something particularly juicy: These movements may be ‘signals of a man’s reproductive quality’ . . . . Read More

Warning issued to spouses who use online dating sites!

Suspected anonymity by cheating spouses is getting more difficult and costly.  Worse for cheaters is a judge in France has just ruled that now online dating without any ‘physical contact’ is grounds for divorce.  Could this spread to a neighborhood near you? Yet another reason why it’s better to find creative ways to renew your romantic connection with your own...
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History of Men Moving On

Why do men leave relationships? This funny video will give you more insight than a dozen scientific studies. Listen for yourself.  (Oh yeah…..There is a female counterpart video, which has a particular strong gender point of...
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Couples fight when they’re hungry

Irish scientists have discovered that couples are more likely to fall out or fight aggressively if their blood sugar levels are low. But they say heated arguments and even marital break-ups can be avoided if an angry spouse consumes a sugary snack, such as a slice of cake, before confronting his or her partner. (Ah ha: Finally, scientific validation why eating chocolate cookies are good for your...
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The Beatles, Love and Your Relationship

Anger, frustration, forgiveness, revenge: communicated in 17 Beatles songs, which should instantly put you in the right mood for finding love, keeping love, staying in love, overcoming love problems, and about anything else centered on your drive to love and be...
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Does Twitter #Wreck Relationships?

Excessive use of social media site linked to infidelity and divorce, says new study. If you’re an avid tweeter who values their relationship, we have one important piece of advice… step away from the phone now!  New research from University of Missouri, USA, found that Twitter causes relationship conflict, which in turn is linked to emotional and physical infidelity, breakups and...
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The decline of marriage?

Do numbers lie or mislead?  Can it really be true that we turned the (bad) corner and are now living in the decline of marriage? Are people no longer falling or staying in love? What’s changed? What can you do to improve your...
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Divorce “keeps it real” (really?)

“Still Married” announcements, in the New York Times was the subject of Stephen Colbert’s absurdly funny “Tip Of The Hat, Wag Of The Finger” on “The Colbert Report.” The segment kicked off with Colbert giving the thumbs up to “The New York Times” for keeping it real and introducing the “Unhitched” column in its wedding announcements section. If you’re thinking about...
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Marriage Promotion Failed to Stem Poverty Among Single Moms

Is it the government’s fault when marriages fail, since the federal government pushes for marriage for single mothers? The federal government has made marriage promotion among single mothers a key part of its continuing effort to fight poverty. But that approach has missed the mark because marriage doesn’t provide the same benefits to poor, single mothers as it does for...
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Heavy drinking is bad for marriage if one spouse drinks, but not both

Research now indicates that it is the difference between the couple’s drinking habits, rather than the drinking itself, that leads to marital dissatisfaction, separation and divorce. (One for the road? Only one at a time,...
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Marriage Expectations — Are you in the ‘haves’ or ‘have nots’?

If you want your marriage to help you achieve self-expression and personal growth, it’s crucial to invest in your marriage: enough time and energy to help you two succeed. However, if you know that the time and energy aren’t available, then it makes sense to adjust your expectations accordingly to minimize...
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Married Filing Separately: When Does It Make Sense?

What’s in your marriage’s best interests: file as married or file separately? It will cost you if you don’t read this. So make certain your understand what you’re reading and check it out with your own financial...
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Study: Married folks have fewer heart problems

A study of 3.5 million Americans finds married people less likely to suffer any type of heart or blood vessel problem, compared to singles, divorced or widowed. The study found this was true at any age, for women as well as men. (Not entirely heart-breaking news for couples with smiles on their...
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Lust or Love?

Why is marriage dying and sex evaporating? Because it is based today on the Christian concept of love rather than the Jewish concept of lust, according to international best-selling author, Rabbi Shmuley...
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How You and Your Friends Become More Like Each Other

Neuroscientists confirm how deeply our loved ones affect our thinking and behavior. You and your closest friends become more like each other which affects your decisions. Loving-kindness meditation and compassion training helps break this...
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When Was Online Dating Romantic?

Dating is too complicated nowadays; maybe it was easier back when everyone died at age 30?  Being single and online dating romantic is not always so much fun. Here’s funny and entertaining commentary on the single life from comedian Stephen Merchant recently on the Conan O’Brien...
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Funny Marriage Counseling Video

When marriage goes wrong (which happens too frequently), it’s not so funny. Yet, in this funny marriage counseling video, this woman’s marital problems (and others) make us scream (with laughter). You too? Sure!  (If only all our marriage and relationship problems were quite so easy to fix. Hmmmmm, maybe they are!)  You be the judge….but, only after you stop laughing and think about it for a...
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Proud of My Wife

Cindy Ullman is a mother (of six) and grandmother (of 3). She’s one of the most engaging, warm, cuddly and fetching romantics you’ll ever meet. She doesn’t just preach about ‘being a happy couple’, she wholeheartedly practices it. A self-professed introverted woman (whose friends say, “What? You gotta be kidding!”), she relishes her ongoing romance with her husband of 2+ decades.  She’s been a...
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Marriage Renewal in Your Future?

Some people might assume a “marriage renewal” is when a married couple renew or reaffirm their wedding vows. But the meaning here is quite different:  Do both parties wish to enter into a new “marriage contract” to say married? In other words, their marriage is a legal contract which binds them to X, Y and Z, over X period of years. It is not meant to indicate a celebration; rather, it is designated to indicate...
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Sex Toys 101 – Using Toys with Your Partner

Really? Sex toys? Do you REALLY need it…or, might you REALLY want it? Is it for just one of you (at a time, or together)? Is it for the two of you at the same time, together? Where do you get them? What if….What if….? Hmmm. Only one way to find out: Use it! Sex toys can be a wonderful gift to you,...
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Marriage and The Movies

Want to stay married?  Simply watch five movies with your spouse.  A just-published study (2014) by UCLA and University of Rochester looked at three ways to help couples stay together.   Intensive therapy sessions to help manage conflicts worked. So does compassion and acceptance training.  But what also works just as well, is way quicker, and could actually be fun is watching five movies in one month about relationships.  Movies and a...
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How to Make a Muslim Marriage Work

Three Muslim marriage counselors in Great Britain share their thoughts about how Muslim marriages can be happy and work through problems; especially since Islam empowers husbands with a great deal more authority and control than wives. In fact, many Muslim husbands and wives treat each other like adversaries rather than...
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Nutrition and Lifestyle Tips for Couples Trying to Conceive

Couples trying to conceive are smart to plan how healthy their child could or should be. Opinions vary. Here’s the first of several...
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What’s Your Relationship IQ?

How relationship smart are you? Spend 3 minutes on this quiz and it will reveal a great deal about your personal relationship IQ. There are plenty of Romantipedia Guides and Expert Videos which can quickly get you to the head of the class (and save your relationship ass)!  When you get your score, we’ll give you a FREE (no-strings) gift which should reward you with what you’ve always...
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The Business of Cheating

Lance Armstrong cheated everyone about his career. Why wouldn’t he and anyone who cheats in business also cheat in their marriage? Does cheating spill over? If you knew your spouse was deliberately cheating his customers, vendors, partners or others, why wouldn’t you at least investigate whether those kinds of morals extend to affect...
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Top 5 Bollywood Romantic Couples

Hollywood?  Schmallywood!  But, Bollywood? Absolutely! Bollywood romantic couples are every bit as entertaining as Hollywood’s best, and when you know the culture:...
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Bad Behavior By Partner

What do you do when with a bad behavior by partner experience? How quickly do you react? How severely? Do you instinctively react by considering a break up or giving them a break? Would you ask that they give you the same consideration if the shoe was on the other foot? (It’s not always so easy…….is...
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For The Uncoupled: How to Select the Right Relationship

If you’re single and in search of love and commitment, what’s going on inside your own body that’s really in charge of making decisions? Learn more about the science behind the success and failure in mate selection….and living happier ever...
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Marriage’s Financial Analysis: Marriage and Money

Money conflicts never happen in marriage.  Right?  Yeah, right…..  Of course they do!  So, what can you do to prevent money issues from breaking your ‘bank of happiness’? Here’s what the New York Times had to say on it. It’s stimulating. But, don’t stop there! Check out the amazing number of solutions available for you throughout...
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Don’t Take Marriage for Granted

We risk more when we feel there’s nothing to lose. Sadly, moral hazard can creep into marriages. The vow “till death do us part” provides an important structure of safety to a couple’s relationship. This structure creates a safe place for couples to become increasingly committed and develop a deeper sense of emotional and physical intimacy....
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Is Marriage Good for Your Health?

A scientist asserted:  “Marriage is a healthy estate,” then he concluded. “The single individual is more likely to be wrecked on his voyage than the lives joined together in matrimony.” What do you think?  Here’s what science reports about whether marriage good for your...
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Couple Gains Insight at ‘Marriage Boot Camp’

Marriage Boot Camp features five outrageous Bridezillas and their husbands living together in the same house to endure an extreme marriage boot camp in an effort to work out their marriage demons and answer the burning question – Is their marriage worth saving? You might need an air sickness bucket near you if and when you watch this TV series about couples: the WE tv reality show — the second season was filmed during the...
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Threesome?

At one time (including now?) the two of you had a vibrant and satisfying sex life. You both have fantasies, which run to many things. But, do they run to other people between the two of you? And, will that cause one of you to run away from each...
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Five Stupid Things All Couples Argue About

All couples argue and disagree. But, how smart is it to argue about stupid things? Are the couples in England different than anywhere else? As you read this recent report, think about your own arguments. Smart or...
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What’s the Number One Predictor of Divorce?

The number predictor of divorce is when couples repeatedly avoid working out their conflicts. It isn’t healthy to keep things in all the time with someone who is so important to you. The both of you must communicate better if you’re going to give and take through the ups and downs of your...
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ROMANTIC MUSIC VIDEO — History of Wooing Men

Here’s one of the most uniquely romantic videos about music: “History of Wooing Men”.  This band showcases you through 50 years of musical history to show how songs by female singers have...
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Marriage Benefit #1: Live Healthier Ever After

Want to live healthier and longer? According to scientists at the Harvard Medical School, when you’re married you get more social support for your health. This might easily mean: Treat your spouse really nice because they can — in return — do something pretty good for you, too: Help you (literally) live healthier, ever...
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Mitt & Anne Romney Fight in Funny Siri Style Video

Who do you think best represented a genuinely happy, healthy and romantic marriage among the two 2012 presidential candidates:  Barack and Michelle Obama or Mitt and Anne Romney?  Here is the second of the two competing videos:  The...
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Barack & Michelle Obama Fight in Funny Siri Style Video

Who do you think best represented a genuinely happy, healthy and romantic marriage among the two 2012 presidential candidates:  Barack and Michelle Obama or Mitt and Anne Romney?  Here is the first of the two competing videos:  The...
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MOVIE SCRIPT: The Story of Us

Storyline

Two jilted lovers spend fifteen years of marriage together, only to find that they might no longer love each other. In this time they have two children and go through the various (dramatic and comical) events that take place in an average...
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Top 10 Movie Couples Of 2013

Romantic movies are always popular, and 2013 was a great year for romantic couples on-screen. Have a look for yourself at those fabulous men and women who might turn us on, too!  Many of the most memorable pairs in movie history are platonic, or sorta-platonic, or adoring of each other in every possible way but physically. So here’s our salute to the best two-person teams of the 2013 movie year, from hot-headed cops to devoted social...
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Why Marry? (Part 2): Freakonomics Radio Podcast

In Part 2 of Freakonomics’ economic analysis of marriage in America, Freakonomics takes an economic perspective to the causes and consequences of why the U.S. marriage rate is at an all-time low, around 50 percent. Is it the decline of the institution, peoples’ bad habits, or what? What are legitimate options to marriage? Can marriage be treated...
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Is Loneliness Lethal?

New research proves that extreme loneliness can increase an older person’s chances of premature death by 14 percent. But, almost anyone can be terribly lonely — even if they’re not alone. Yes, you can still be verrrrry lonely even in a committed relationship. What about...
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Different Opinions About Why Is Marriage Needed?

Get married? For love?  For money? To have children? Is it God’s way, or has that highway long since been passed? Here are quite a few different opinions about whether the institution of marriage has more plusses than minuses, or whether some other form of partnership might be more responsive to individuals’ needs. You...
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Automate Your Texts to Your Girlfriend or Wife? There’s an app for that.

Is romance so different in Australia or England that technology is used to help you lie to your girlfriend or wife? In our opinion, here’s one creepy way of showing how much (or, little) you care for the most romantic person in your life.  (Check the end of the article for better...
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Unhappy Couples, Unhappy Marriage: A Disturbing Prediction for 2014

Marriage remains the number one goal for most Americans, and 90% succeed.  But, at what cost?  Regrettably, too many couples presume that once they’ve found the right person their love will keep them going.  They may be right, but in what direction?  If a relationship is a couple’s most valuable asset, one might think they’d put more sincere effort into keeping it on course: to inspect what they expect. And, one way to...
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Why Marry? (Part 1): Freakonomics Radio Podcast

Money and marriage go together like — well, like bread & butter, love and marriage, and oil & water? Freakonomics’ author, Stephen Dubner, takes an economic perspective in his analysis of today’s American marriage. This episode is about all the ways that marriage has changed over the last 50 years. This episode begins by challenging some of the myths of modern marriage. For instance: Does marriage make you happier?...
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If You Double Date, Will That Help Your Relationship?

Going on a double date may be more effective at reigniting passion in your own relationship than the classic candlelit dinner for two. According to new research, striking up a friendship with another couple in which you discuss personal details may cause us to perceive our partners in a new light. Indeed, perception is vital in a relationship, according to a range of new studies. (But, don’t forget to make going out together —...
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When Is It OK to Cheat?

Lots of people won’t like this, and some may be titillated by the air of academic foundation.  So, read this and tread carefully:  The relationship you may ruin could be your...
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The Odds of Finding Life and Love

You’ve found the love of your life — right? How hard was it? Did you both choose right, or perhaps more emphasis on right now? What are the odds of the both of you choosing the most compatible person in the world? Here’s a scientific perspective of what you went through — Courtesy of PBS Digital Studios’ “It’s Okay to be Smart” series. Watch it and get...
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The All-or-Nothing Marriage

Think you have a good marriage?  How good?  How strong?  Compared to what?  Are you both ready for what life is still going to throw at you? Read this lead story published in the New York Times’ Opinion Section.  When finished, visit Twoology’s Relationship Tools and set at least one goal to improve your...
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Everything You Need to Know About Kissing

What? You thought that kissing was just…..kissing? Hmmmm….you’re missing something! (maybe the both of you are). Watch this video from PBS Digital Studios’ new series, It’s Okay To Be Smart”. When it’s over, be sure to search Twoology for our great original Romantipedia...
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Have Romantic Comedies Returned?

Has romance really lost its luster? If you ask Oscar-nominated actress Vera Farmiga it hasn’t. Still, the film industry and many who write about it have proclaimed that the glory years of romantic comedies, which have epitomized the essence of romance for decades, have seen their last days. Yet, get on your lady’s good side and watch this ‘chick flick’, At Middleton. Who knows, you both just might get...
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Best Way to Turn Your Valentines On? Turn Your Gadgets Off!

One of the country’s leading experts on health management is also one, long-time happy husband: Leslie Michelson, CEO/Chairman of Private Health Management, the preeminent health concierge company, shares his sage insights about how any couple can passionately turn each other on, when they turn something everyday,...
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Chevy’s Olympic ads feature gay couple

So what’s the big deal about all of this: a gay couple loves each other enough to commit to each other for a lifetime of happiness ever after? Are they nuts, or what?  Or, are they just as crazy in love as the rest of the non-gay population who makes their own spiritual, legal and emotional vows? Anyway, a big car company included a different kind of couple getting married. Welcome to the 140,000,000 Americans who struggle every day to...
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How to Have a Happy and Healthy Marriage With Twoology

Just in time for Valentines Day, Twoology’s Co-Happiness Partners, Cindy and Jeff Ullman, share what really makes men happy….what makes women really happy. The best habits of happily married, excited and growing couples.  And, how they can easily and passionately keep making each other happy. There really is a science and magic of happier...
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Marriage: A Good Investment for Guys

Emotions, benefits to society, and well-balanced families aside: What’s the financial impact on husbands or wives from marriage? Is it better to stay single or get married? What about cohabiting? Is it better for one than the...
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Should You Invest in Hedging on Marriages to Fail?

Can you — should you — make money on other peoples’ failures? Why not; it’s part of our economic system, and successful for centuries. Yet, what about betting that someone’s wedding or marriage will fail? And, if it fails at the wedding stage, maybe their mistake should not go unrewarded?...
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10 Things You Didn’t Know About Orgasm

How long does it take to cross the (sexual) finish line? Which positions make you most likely to reach orgasm? And, is it really possible to have an orgasm every time? Twoology has the answers to all of your biggest O-related questions—plus everything you need to know to have your best orgasm...
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True Love Video Contest

Just in time for Valentines Day!  Tell your story of love in just ONE minute and you can win fabulous romantic...
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What Do Peruvian ‘Nice Couples’ Do Better?

Dancing is one of the most fun and romantic activities you can do together in public or private, with your clothes on. It helps create splendid memories, by creating your own romantic rituals. Check out what Peruvian couples do better than almost...
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11 Reasons Unhappy Couples Stay Together

Why do so many millions of unhappy couples stay together, when they — and everyone around them — knows how truly unhappy they are?  There are 10 primary reasons, but there’s also an insidious and powerful 11th reason which keeps couples from either fixing their problems, or moving...
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RELATIONSHIP ENTREPRENEURS CHALLENGE CHEATERS AND COMMITTERS

Two of the most successful social relationship entrepreneurs of the 20th Century are fighting for the sexual, communication and lifestyle happiness of 75,000,000 American couples by sponsoring Relationship Resolution Reset Month, running from January 14 – February 14,...
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Relationship Resolutions Reset Month: It’s Do-Overs for Couples Beginning January 14

If having a happy and healthy marriage is important to Americans, why don’t more couples make at least one annual resolution to increase their relationship’s happiness?

According to Cindy and Jeff Ullman, co-founders of Twoology (http://twoology.com), not a single one of the top 10 resolutions include anything about “making my marriage better.” And the University of Scranton Journal of Clinical Psychology reports that tens...
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Top 10 Resolutions Couples Will BREAK in 2014

Everyone makes a New Year’s resolution now and then, but a ridiculously low 8% make their’s come true.  It’s even worse for couples who fail to make (let alone, keep) at least one annual resolution for their relationship!  If a relationship is a couple’s most valuable asset, why don’t they make and keep more...
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What’s the Most Costly Romantic Problem in 2014?

Good relationships are hard to find.  Great relationships are hard to keep.

If you two fail (and….while you fail), you cost yourself, your mate, kids, family, friends and employer pain, suffering and losses of all sorts.  So, can we agree that it’s kinda important that you both figure out what to do about the future of your relationship?

So, let’s take a vote:  In your opinion:...
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