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on Thursday, 26 June 2014 11:14.

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How do you stay married? One way is to be sensitive to each other’s needs and to compromise every now and then. That means taking turns getting one’s way, or finding a third way that suits you both.

1. Trust. Our marriage space is sacred and private.

2. Restraint. We resist temptation and remain true to each other.

3. Intimacy. We are open with each other.

4. Priorities. We both put our marriage first.

5. Difference. We respect each other’s differences, and know that difference lends interest.

6. Sameness. We share basic values, some interests, and tastes.

7. Communication. We speak up and communicate our needs, likes, dislikes, agreements, and disagreements.

8. Fairness. We play fair.

9. Respect. We demonstrate it.

10. Emotion. We get mad at each other sometimes; we are human.

11. Reconnection. We get un-mad. If it takes a day or so, we live with it and work on letting the anger go.

on Thursday, 26 June 2014 11:05.

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So you are lying in bed in a stained childhood T-shirt eating a Sadness Burrito™. Go wash your face, then come back and read this.

1. You have so many things to focus on besides some guy’s neuroses. The more brain space you devote to this bs, the less you have left for useful knowledge like basic geometry or getting a raise at work or how to make an awesome grilled cheese-and-avocado sandwich. 

2. The single life isn’t as bad as you think. An emotional palate-cleanser between relationships — like spending an hour or two browsing Anthropologie without your ex sitting in a pretty chair at one of the designated Boyfriend Stations and whining about wanting to leave — is fun and essential. 

3. Don’t forget all the fighting and despair that came before the breakup. Looking back at y’alls relationship with rose colored glasses is silly. We both know that the weeks leading up to the end of the relationship were Where Fun Went To Die. 

4. This is prime motivation to transform yourself. You might be lying in bed eating a Sadness Burrito ™ now, but in five minutes you will have the sudden urge to train for a 5k and get a haircut. The Show Him What He’s Missing workout plan is more effective than living on kale chips and fish oil for a year. 

5. You dodged a bullet. At least you didn’t get married. 

6. You must, MUST unfriend him on Facebook. Right now, you might be like, “Whatever, I don’t want to be so dramatic, and it’s not like I check it anyway!” One month from now you will be crying in the work bathroom because some pretty  girl from a college you NEVER EVEN HEARD OF says something vaguely flirtatious on his wall and your co-worker Michelle will catch you and take you downstairs for shrimp salad not that this has happened to me. Yesterday. 

7. And don't fall into the trap of ragging on the girls you think he is with. It feels awesome to dis on some random Facebook stranger with your friends, but then you will feel sick and guilty of girl-on-girl crime. It's not her fault. In fact, you should be wishing that girl godspeed. She'll need it. 

8. Don’t check his Twitter obsessively, either. I see you. 

9. Avoid his friends, even if they became your friends. Don’t play like you are getting drinks with that one friend of his who sweats too much and always stares at your breasts because you’re good buddies. You’re doing it because you want to get intel. Stop it.

on Wednesday, 11 June 2014 11:30.

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on Wednesday, 11 June 2014 10:55.

New research shows that sending just one affectionate text message a day to your partner could significantly improve your relationship. Texts are linked with increased feelings of intimacy and closeness, and ultimately strengthen the bond between you as a couple.  People showing more affection are generally more satisfied with their relationship and that if you are  Further research has shown that if you’re satisfied, then you’re less likely to divorce.

on Friday, 30 May 2014 10:37.

Huffington Post asked  Facebook and Twitter readers to share the one piece of advice they'd offer fellow divorced folks looking to date again. See what they had to say below, then head to the comments and weigh in with your advice.

1. "Think of it this way: You know what you DON'T want. Now go out there and figure out what you DO want."

2. "Fix yourself first. When you're able to tell your story and not cry then you're ready to date."

3. "The dating scene has changed since you were last part of it. It takes time to process that along with everything you've been through with the divorce. Be cognizant of that and try your hardest to take things slow."

4. "Don't cling to someone new just because you're lonely. Be picky. Think long and hard about what you no longer want to invite into your life and once you have, don't compromise those things for the sake of companionship (even if it is super hot companionship -- sigh)."

5. "Only date when you're ready and know that the time it takes to be ready varies from person to person. Once you're open to dating, feel free to make mistakes and embrace this new phase in your life. I don't mean be completely hedonistic, but feel free to be adventurous and get to know new people."

6. "Date, date, date. But take time to make yourself happy first and don't expect the people you're seeing to help you get over your divorce. Dates are not band-aids."

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