Ask anyone, on their wedding day, if they will last forever and they will all give you the same answer, “Of course!”. The optimism of life is at its peak. That’s what a new Seattle based company is banking on.
Swanluv plans to give out up to $10,000, per couple, for couples to use for their weddings. Free and clear…kind of.
The catch: if you get divorced you’ll need to pay every penny of it, plus interest.
When you … Keep Reading!!!
This is, by far, the most accurate definition of a modern love-story I’ve seen. You know when facebook glitches and everyone goes into panic? Stop it! It may be Mark Zuckerburg trying to bring you to the love of your life. Alright, probably not but, for these two, it worked.
In 2009, a man in Arkansas logged into his Facebook on his flip-phone. Instead of asking for his login information he found himself already signed on. After making several … Keep Reading!!!
This week the FDA approved Flibanserin, also known as the “female Viagra” and everyone, men and women, are cheering. But should we be?
The new drug works a little differently from Viagra, by changing how brain cells respond to various neurotransmitters; its aim is to alter a woman’s sexual desire over time.
The FDA has rejected this drug a few times in the past due to it not being effective enough. But since the last rejection in 2013, no new … Keep Reading!!!
Alexander and Jeannette Toczko (ages 95 and 96) had a life long love story. One that movies are made of. Both born in 1919, both born to immigrants from Poland. Alexander, affectionately known as Al, was the youngest of 8 and Jeannette the second youngest of 9. They met when they were 8 years old and their puppy love blossomed into to real love and a long, wonderful, adventure filled life together. Their life together was filled with love … Keep Reading!!!
A little while back I posted my introduction as Chief Operating Officer for Jamie Grumet’s blog and her nonprofit organization, Raise It Up. A picture was posted on Jamie’s Facebook page of me with my daughter on my shoulders during a trip to see the Terre Cotta Warriors at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. Several readers quickly took notice (for whatever reason) that I wasn’t wearing a wedding ring in the picture. Comments started almost immediately about this … Keep Reading!!!
I’ve noticed that it is socially acceptable to criticize or belittle marital unions of young people. I’m not really sure why. People will also give the explanation of youth as the reason why their first marriage failed. This could very well be true, for them. However, I want people to know that choosing to marry young is a very real and authentic choice.
I met Brian when I was 16 and he was 21. He was the first … Keep Reading!!!