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4 Aug 2014

Written by Renee Taft (Courtesy en.wikipedia.org) Your boyfriend and your best friend are probably the two most important relationships in your life, apart from your family. Nurturing these relationships is always important, but even more so is ensuring that your best friend

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16 Mar 2015

(Courtesy buzzfeed.com) Written by Renee Taft You may have found yourself the perfect partner, and it’s all going great. Then you meet his friends, and suddenly all is no longer hunky-dory. What went wrong? While your boyfriend’s friends are not a total

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9 Mar 2015

(Courtesy stylemepretty.com) Written by Carly C. My husband and I made a drastic decision before we got married: the week before we got married, exactly. Based on our religious tradition, a bride and groom shouldn’t see one another or speak to one

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2 Mar 2015

(Courtesy thebump.com) Written by Renee Taft It’s every girl’s nightmare, and still, something every girl has to learn how to deal with – the infamous mother-in-law. Now I’m not married yet, and I love to believe that a tough mother-in-law is one

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23 Feb 2015

(Courtesy ca.celebrity.yahoo.com) Written by Renee Taft Being an extroverted person myself, I sometimes find it hard to deal with my partner’s more laid back personality. I like to go out, meet new people, and visit new places, whereas he’s more of a “let’s

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16 Feb 2015

(Courtesy adventuredogblog.com) Written by Carly C. After Jonathan and I had travelled the globe, made the transition halfway around the world, and had fairly settled into an apartment that was roughly the size of our old master bedroom – we may have

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9 Feb 2015

(Courtesy buzzfeed.com) Written by Renee Taft My best friend and her boyfriend were literally all over my Facebook newsfeed when they started dating. It started out cute, but slowly turned to nauseating as endless albums of Photobooth pictures, mushy Facebook posts, and

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26 Jan 2015

(Courtesy 317am.org) Written by Carly C. Right before we got married, Jonathan asked my dad for his best marriage advice. It was simple. No matter what you do, don’t forget the two magic words of a happy relationship. “Yes, dear.” While my dad

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19 Jan 2015

(Courtesy mrsoldout.com) Written by Renee Taft Unless you’ve had one of those ideal, high-school relationships, you’re likely to have to deal with both, your own and your boyfriend’s emotional baggage. Past relationships are of course, a subject that come up with time

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12 Jan 2015

(Courtesy hellogiggles.com) Written by Carly C. The day before I got married, a few of my girlfriends got together to throw me a small “last hurrah” luncheon. We got dressed up, ate egg salad and tuna fish, gobbled down a fair share

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1 Sep 2014

Written by Renee Taft (Courtesy ozy.com) Being an Indian, meeting the parents for the first time is kind of a bigger deal than it is for most people. Though my family is probably the least traditional Indian family you’d ever meet, I

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