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Let's start off with this. In movies there are great movies, good ones, average ones, bad ones, and then... there is Lucy.
Bosses who yell, micromanage and threaten their way to the top, often at the expense of miserable underlings are all too common in today's workplaces. But the Tony Sopranos and Darth Vaders of popular culture are not the most effective CEOs in the real world, according to a new study from the [ ... ]
1. They don't care who makes more money 2. They share at least one hobby 3. They're cool with spending time apart 4. They figure out the best ways to split up chores 5. They have sex, even if they aren't raring to go 6. They touch each other every day 7. They have a video [ ... ]
Meet Jamison ... this boy doesn't need an introduction .. he is just that wonderful and he won't be here long. He is stunning in looks. Agreeable in behavior. And, has fun energy – meaning he is moderately active and excitable. We loved this boy! He is highly-adoptable and will be the talk of t [ ... ]
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Here's a collection of stuff we found that is fun and interesting on relationships
Reasons Divorce is Harder on Men Than Women
Research shows that divorced men take a physical beating with increased rates of heart disease, high blood pressure, and strokes. Why is this? According to relationship experts, here are some reasons that divorce is harder on men than women:
If you think that honeymoons are all getting down with their new spouse, think again. A new survey found that only 28% of honeymoon couples got busy more than once a day. In fact, 6% said they were so tired from the wedding that they never hooked up ONCE on their honeymoon! (Yahoo)
Rules for a Happy Marriage?
Rockers Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger are married, they have some simple rules for nurturing the relationship.
If you’re rich and looking for love, eHarmony wants you. They’re launching a new service in December called eH+ that will give you a “personal counselor” for a year … for $5,000. Here’s how it’s going to break down:
“The counselors will be psychologists or certified marriage counselors and will interview eH+ clients over Skype, or via phone. They’ll then search the site on behalf of the customer. The client must complete a questionnaire, but doesn’t have to bother with filling out or maintaining a profile, making the initial contact with a potential date, or suffering the embarrassment of managing rejections or unanswered queries.”
Personally, we’d rather spend 5 grand taking new people to lavish dinners and maybe a trip, but a counselor could be interesting too. (QZ)