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Ah the “day of love” has finally fallen upon us. The widely-celebrated “Hallmark Holiday” has been around for thousands of years, but how much do you really know about this holiday?
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, employers may consider what to do if cupid’s arrow happens to strike two employees.
Am I saying that Valentine’s Day is in fact banned in some countries? Yes. In fact, this holiday is banned and has caused tension in numerous countries.
Romantic comedies aren’t exactly known for their useful relationship advice. But there is one line in the movie Love Actually that rings absolutely true. In the words of the film’s home-wrecking secretary, Mia, “I don’t want something I need. I want something I want—something pretty.”
Titles about marriage, same-sex marriage, marital agreements, etc., including one entitled Should You Marry a Lawyer?
Requests for information about divorce surge 40 percent in the weeks approaching Valentine’s Day and 67 percent of those seeking information are women. This surge is called “Valentine Effect.”
As firms take cues from their clients about their desire for value and transparency, the focus on how to better sustain and cultivate valuable relationships is taking center stage.
The Divorce rate in the United States has been relatively steady for the past 20 years.
Valentine’s Day is a holiday that is either celebrated or dreaded. For those who have someone to celebrate with they look forward to it. On the other hand, this day is one of the most dreaded (and to some annoying) days of the year for those who are single and don’t have anyone to celebrate this day with.
Do you live in a place where everyone is angry tweeting? Bad news: Your health is in jeopardy.
Those who haven't been too jaded by divorce may choose to re-marry again. Perhaps they now know what they are looking for (or certain characteristics they are trying to avoid) in a partner or they are simply in a difference stage of life and ready for another go at marriage.