Tarot and Wellness Horoscopes
Horoscopes

Tarot and Wellness

Horoscopes

Can the ancient practice of tarot card reading really have an impact on health? Read on to find out.

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What Becomes of a Broken Heart? Love & Relationships
Love & Relationships

What Becomes of a Broken Heart?

Love & Relationships

Mending your emotions after a bad breakup can take time and care. Here's how to heal.

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How to Write a Love Letter Love & Relationships
Love & Relationships

How to Write a Love Letter

Love & Relationships

A heartfelt letter is a perfect way to let your Valentine know your true feelings. Here are some ways to…

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Are You Really in Love? Quiz Central
Quiz Central

Are You Really in Love?

Quiz Central

Love, lust, infatuation...how do you know if what you're feeling is the real deal? Take the quiz and find out.

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Best Chocolate Cake Food & Recipes
Food & Recipes

Best Chocolate Cake

Food & Recipes

It's a perfect, classic treat to bake up for your Valentine. It's a recipe for love!

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The Single Mom's Guide to Love Moms
Moms

The Single Mom's Guide to Love

Moms

Newly single or seasoned single mom? Either way, it can be tough to get back out there. Here are some…

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Losing with Love Diet & Fitness
Diet & Fitness

Losing with Love

Diet & Fitness

If you and your partner could both shed a few pounds, then why not team up and get it done?

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5 Ways to Get Lazy Dads to Help More!

Being a parent can be chaotic enough, but having a spouse who's reluctant to help with the kids and chores can really up the stress meter.

Dividing chores and responsibilities is one of the challenges of living with a partner, and not surprisingly, it's one of the things couples bicker about the most. While most of us are far from perfect domestic goddesses, we usually get the job done. Meanwhile, our men are more likely to shirk their domestic duties or complain about having to perform them.

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It's one of the top complaints of women everywhere, and it's easy to see why.

  • Working mothers can easily become overwhelmed when they come home to a house full of chores that need to be done. If both parents are working, it's only logical that the man and woman each do their share of housework. When a husband complains of being too tired to help out when you're absolutely exhausted, it can be unbelievably frustrating.
  • Work at home moms may be at home most days, but they're working! It's not easy to make a house sparkle when you're trying to tackle a big project on deadline and entertain your children at the same time.
  • Stay at home moms have all day to take care of a house. The catch is, it usually does take up the whole day, especially when young children live in the house. By the time dad comes home, mom could use a hand.