How to Build the Perfect Wedding Registry

If you are currently planning for your wedding, have you already thought about your wedding registry?  Well, just in case you have no idea what a wedding registry is about (which I highly doubt), it’s a list of certain items that an engaged couple needs and wants to receive to start their new life together.  It saves you from the dilemma of dealing with things that you already have, don’t need or let’s admit it, things that are just not pleasing to the eye.  Handpicking potential gift Read more [...]
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How to Deal With Language Barrier in Interracial Relationships

We live in such a diverse society that crossing paths and falling in love with someone from another culture, color or race is quite inevitable. Interracial relationships have a lot of perks like learning other culture, appreciating your own and developing an open mind.  But like any type of relationship, there are challenges too and one of those is Language Barrier.  This is a problem if you and your partner don’t speak the same language or one isn’t really good at speaking English. Communication Read more [...]
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Feeling Depressed?  Here’s How You Can Turn it Around

  Although depression can be managed by medications and therapies, there are actually a lot of simple ways to turn it the other way around.  You’ll be surprised by how these strategies can lift your mood instantly. Find a creative outlet. You don’t need to be artistic to do this nor you have to be a pro at a certain activity.  You can discover and even learn new activities.  The point here is to find something that will make your mind and hands work together.  Whether it’s Read more [...]
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How to Overcome and Help Someone with Social Anxiety

Social Anxiety is a serious issue that a lot of people don’t really understand.  There’s a big difference between “she’s just being shy” and “he suffers from Social Anxiety Disorder.”  The symptoms can be so extreme that their daily lives are already disrupted. About 15 million American adults have Social Anxiety Disorder and 36% of the population only seek help 10 years after the onset of symptoms.  Aside from impairing one’s social life, relationships and achievements, Read more [...]
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5 Ways to Keep the Spark Alive in your Long Term Relationship

Whether you are married or not, the goal in every long-term relationship is to keep the romance alive.  You see, romance is an essential part of a successful relationship.  But for those who have been together for a really long time, romantic love sometimes fade into companionship… more like two people who love each other rather than a couple who is IN love with each other.  But not all couples are lucky to have relationships that last for a lifetime; others end up breaking up or getting Read more [...]
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Millennials Choose the Best Countries for Finding Love

Contrary to the saying “don’t go looking for love, let love find you,” people nowadays especially the millennials, are exploring different ways when it comes to dating – from  dating apps or sites to speed dating and even using traveling as a means to find true love. Millennials, or Generation Y, are those whose birth year falls between mid-1990’s to the early 2000’s.  According to Business Insider, this is America’s largest living generation.  That’s why U.S. News & Read more [...]
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5 Cheap Vacation Ideas for the Family

Family vacations are a must, especially during the summer time.  However, it’s not all the time that you have a budget for it, right?  Vacationing with the whole family means shelling out a big chunk of money for fare, lodging, entertainment, food and more.  Don’t worry; there are ways to have a family vacation without going into debt or spending a fortune.  You just need to be creative and smart.  After all, it’s not about the location but the memories that you share with your loved Read more [...]
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4 Ways to End a Toxic Relationship

You are in a relationship because you want to be loved and respected not to be treated poorly, abandoned, abused, ignored and disrespected.  If your partner treats you this way, then you are in a toxic relationship.  On my previous article, I talked about the different signs that you should watch out for in order to identify whether you are in a toxic relationship or not. Of course we all want to save our relationships but when it just keeps on repeating and repeating then I guess it’s Read more [...]
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6 Signs You are in a Toxic Relationship

Toxic, unhealthy, bad – they are all the same.  This type of relationship is a union between two unhappy individuals.  It’s a kind of relationship that can destroy those involved.   It is comparable to cancer that slowly destroys the healthy parts of you – emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically. Toxic relationships vary; it may or may not involve abuse.  However, all toxic relationships are cyclical.  There will be a honeymoon period, a blow out, reconciliation then back Read more [...]
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6 Places You Should Visit in Your Twenties

Traveling in your early 20’s is such a fun and carefree experience that you will ever have in your entire lifetime.  Now that I am 28, I don’t think I have enough patience to deal with other rowdy backpackers, have the stamina to party all night and the confidence to try crazy, new things.   So if I can turn back time, these are the places that I’d want to travel if I was still young, wild and free. 1. Amsterdam, Netherlands Oh Amsterdam, the home of all things crazy.  It’s a Read more [...]
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