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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Friends and Family - Family Matters

In most cases our partners will get along with some and not with others and a balance will be struck. However problems sometimes arise.
Sometimes if one of you really dislikes the others friends it may cause friction; you may even find yourself rethinking your whole relationship with your partner. You may find yourself worrying that if these are the people they have shared values and interests with then they aren't going to go away - they are going to be part of your life as a couple forever.

In any relationship it is normal and healthy to want to pursue your own individual interests and spend time with people other than our partner. Often in the first phase of a relationship we ignore this fact and often spend more time alone as a couple than we do with friends; so we may not get to know our partners friends until later on in the relationship.

In time you should be able to balance being a person with your own friends and interests with being a partner. If your partner doesn't like your friends, you shouldn't necessarily have to give these friends up. You just need to figure out why your partner isn't too keen on them, and then agree on a compromise.

Being able to communicate honestly with your partner and telling them why you find some friends harder to get on with than others or why you feel threatened might be difficult at first but it's all a natural part of getting to know each other.