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Every Monday I am going to try to post links to sites and articles having to do with relationships.
1. First, you may want to take this Relationship Satisfaction Test from Psychology Today. It will help you determine what areas are your strengths as a couple, and what areas you could use some improvement on.
2. Bond with your sweetie like never before with these 25 Ways to Get Connected.
3. Looking for a Valentine’s Day idea? Try this.
4. Don’t have a date for V-Day? That’s okay. Me neither! And I am happy about it. No, really! If you don’t think you can be happy being single, read this iVillage article to start you on your way.
5. On an interesting note, I saw on MSNBC.com that researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have found that extra estrogen may make some women stray. Feeling the pull? Read about what could be going on (besides reaching your threshold for the number of your hubby’s dirty socks that can’t seem to make it to the hamper.)
6. Think it is time to break it off with your significant other? Don’t know how? It may pay to read this first.
7. The FDA has recalled many products containing peanuts. Keep your family safe by keeping in the know. Bookmark this page from the FDA that gives you a list of all of the recalled products and then check back often.
Tomorrow is Home on Tuesday. Check back for list articles and/or links to help you with your home, garden, and automobile!
The New Weekly Schedule:
Home on Tuesday
Fit & Healthy Thursdays
Fun Friday Lists
A Spot of Sunday Creativity
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