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What Would You Do If You Only Had Hours To Live?

Dianne Harman | Posted 07.14.2014 | Fifty
Dianne Harman

My husband and I were in Seattle recently visiting our son and daughter-in-law. My son was debating whether or not to take a position he had been offered at a large increase in salary. We were discussing it and he made the statement, 'But I don't know how many lunches I have left.'

Watch Out Cupid! Transhumanism is Going to Change Love

Zoltan Istvan | Posted 07.02.2014 | Technology
Zoltan Istvan

The next time you're in a coffee shop, don't overlook that 70-year-old sitting in the corner reading Dickens, Hemmingway, or maybe even a copy of The Transhumanist Wager. That senior citizen with their years of wisdom and experience might soon be fair game for a love interest.

The Glass May Be Half Empty, But Growth Is Constant

Risa Sugarman | Posted 06.17.2014 | Healthy Living
Risa Sugarman

I have grown, blossomed, changed in so many ways as a result of my treatment that my husband and daughter will be getting a better wife and mommy... in fact, they already are seeing pieces of that.

7 Small Things Happy Couples Remember To Do Every Day

Winifred M. Reilly | Posted 06.05.2014 | Weddings
Winifred M. Reilly

I say don't wait to discover what's truly important. Even if you're facing big difficulties in your marriage, these small caring gestures may give your relationship a surprising boost.

I Never Thought My Marriage Would Look Like This

Natalie Thomas | Posted 06.03.2014 | Women
Natalie Thomas

I thought her statement was harsh. And that she needed anger management or couples counseling. I actually feared for her marriage -- and her husband. Fast-forward five years and I completely understand.

Engagement Red Flags: Marry Or Move On

Doug and Leslie Gustafson | Posted 05.30.2014 | Weddings
Doug and Leslie Gustafson

So you're in a relationship and considering the long term. For most, this means marriage and the thought of growing old together -- soul mates for life. But for some, the challenges during dating and into engagement make them wonder.

The Real Cure for Divorce and Adultery... and It's Not What You Think

Lisa Haisha | Posted 05.29.2014 | Divorce
Lisa Haisha

Can something as simple as heart-centered communication really be the solution?

10 Tips for Husbands to Help Them Understand Their Wives

Chrissy Kelly | Posted 05.28.2014 | Weddings
Chrissy Kelly

It's the best thing I've ever done in my whole entire life, and I'm so grateful to stay at home with them -- AND I'm exhausted. Exhilarated and exhausted. You can be both.

Dear Family Whisperer: How to Find Time for Our Relationship?

Melinda Blau | Posted 07.22.2014 | Parents
Melinda Blau

Remember that you chose each other to make a family. Continuing to "discover" each other will keep your family strong.

Let's Celebrate Turning 40 Instead of Dreading It

Risa Sugarman | Posted 07.20.2014 | Women
Risa Sugarman

Why should it matter? I don't feel 40, but when I turned 30, I didn't feel that, either. I don't know what it is supposed to feel like and the truth is, why should I even spend time worrying about that?

With Signs Like This, Married Couples May Never Fight Again

The Huffington Post | Taryn Hillin | Posted 05.13.2014 | Weddings

Husbands are pretty great at a lot of things, but they've been known to mess up a direction or two. For instance, you send them to pick up milk and yo...

You Won't Believe What This 68-Year-Old Woman Is Capable Of

The Huffington Post | Jessica Dickerson | Posted 05.07.2014 | Black Voices

77-year-old body builder Ernestine Shepherd isn't the only one who knows that "age is just a number." 68-year-old runner Sandy Rue is also proof of th...

Coming to Terms: Life of a Woman with Depression

Risa Sugarman | Posted 07.02.2014 | Women
Risa Sugarman

When you are clinically depressed, your worldview is skewed. This includes how you see your relationship with your spouse, child, other family members and friends.

Dear Family Whisperer: How Do I Deal With My MIL (Mother-in-Law)?

Melinda Blau | Posted 07.01.2014 | Parents
Melinda Blau

As you get to know each other, you'll find common ground, and it won't feel like you're on opposite sides. It will never be "perfect"--no relationship is. But if you work at the relationship, you just might learn from each other.

Tulips and Sex -- Writing As If Everyone I Know Were Dead

Barbara Falconer Newhall | Posted 06.21.2014 | Women
Barbara Falconer Newhall

I want to write about tulips today. I don't want to write about sex. The trouble is, for me, writing about tulips means writing about sex: Something a...

5 Things That May Be To Blame For Your Sexless Marriage

Lindsey Ellison | Posted 06.15.2014 | Divorce
Lindsey Ellison

As women, we do a wonderful job blaming ourselves for the lack of romance in our marriage.

When Your Soul-Mate Throws a Wrench in Your Plans

Linda S. Haase | Posted 06.08.2014 | Women
Linda S. Haase

Every now and then, I wake up and wonder who the guy is in my bed and why there is a minivan parked in my driveway. I love the guy, and our daughter, and our cute little house in suburbia. But sometimes I do wonder how the hell I wound up in this life.

The Big Question: Is He/She Good Enough for Marriage?

Rym Tina Ghazal | Posted 06.08.2014 | Weddings
Rym Tina Ghazal

Lying, sometimes even to oneself, being selfish, fearing being alone and stringing somebody along just to feel good about oneself is not acceptable. It is immature.

Why I Wasn't Sure I Belonged In An Exit Row Seat

Tova Laiter | Posted 06.08.2014 | Fifty
Tova Laiter

On a recent trip to Mexico City, luck struck just when I least expected it. It was a crowded coach flight, but the busy agent at the United Airlines check-in desk suddenly smiled at me and said the magic words: 'I gave you the best seat in the house -- exit row'.

A Twin-Win Situation

Jerry Zezima | Posted 06.07.2014 | Comedy
Jerry Zezima

In the year since my precious little granddaughter was born, during which time she has become smarter and more mature than I am, even though I am cons...

Why I Hoard My Emails

Melissa T. Shultz | Posted 06.07.2014 | Fifty
Melissa T. Shultz

I hoard emails. My reason for hoarding them is simple: I might need them some day. Emails serve as written proof of a conversation. This is helpful for a number of reasons, from memory nudging and legal/historical documentation, to spousal argument proof (See, hon, I did tell you my Aunt Rose was coming to town).

Why The Wife Has To Be Thinner Than The Husband

Ronna Benjamin | Posted 06.03.2014 | Fifty
Ronna Benjamin

I think I have a problem with my husband. He is health conscious and fit and he has will power. Wouldn't that be enough to make you nuts when you don't? I am addicted to ice cream, chocolate and jelly beans. He can pass up dessert and skip dinner. With shoulder surgery this winter, he has been particularly conscientious about what he puts in his mouth.

Why We Should Thank the 'Princeton Mom'

Nia Hamm | Posted 05.13.2014 | Women
Nia Hamm

As a young, professional, 20-something who has spent my adult years focused on my own career goals while fumbling parts of my personal and professional life along the way, one thing I've learned is that at some point women, and particularly career oriented women, need to be very honest about what they want both in their professional and personal lives.

8 Ways to Grow Love

Doug and Leslie Gustafson | Posted 05.04.2014 | Weddings
Doug and Leslie Gustafson

Your capacity for love defines you as a human being, fills up your soul with passion and teaches you about your hang ups, limitations, calling in life and the joy you have to offer others. Where does this power called love come from?

Susan Patton: The Anti-Singlehood Crusader

Erin Gibson | Posted 04.22.2014 | Women
Erin Gibson

I love long titles! They give you the gist of the article without spoiling the confusing, condescending points to follow.