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It seems like every month or so another celebrity marriage bites the dust. But many Hollywood couples have made it past the seven-year itch—some as long as 20 to 30 years! Here are a few Hollywood couples who are going the distance… Read more.
Successful recording career. Adorable children. Fashion line. Killer abs. But among Gwen Stefani’s many achievements, she considers her marriage her most important one to date. Read more.
Real marriages require real work, according to First Lady Michelle Obama: “If my ups and downs, our ups and downs in our marriage can help young couples sort of realize that good marriages take work. . . ." Read more.
E! News anchor Guiliana Rancic has drawn some heat lately for her statement that her marriage comes first, and her child second. But according to Rancic, "the best thing we can do for [our child] is have a strong marriage." Read more.
It’s hard work to build a strong relationship … but undermining your relationship is surprisingly easy. Here are a few habits that can quickly sink a romance.
Making an apology is one thing, but do you know how to accept one? Here are 10 tips to do it properly.
As more U.S. couples decide to have children without first getting married, a group of family scholars is sounding an alarm about the impact this may have on those children. In a new report, they say research shows the children of cohabiting parents are at risk for a broad range of problems.
Communication breakdowns, addiction, infidelity, money management and family tensions can all put strain on your relationship. For help in dealing with issues specific to your stage of relationship, visit one of the following:
Q: I keep seeing my friends' marriages fail. What can my fiance and I do before we get married to keep us from becoming another statistic?
A: Most people who are "IN LOVE" are optimistic about their future together. After all, every love song was written about them: "Love will keep us together," "All you need is l...
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