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Being a Cool Catholic

Excerpted from If I'm Waiting on God, Then What Am I Doing in a Christian Chatroom? Confessions of a Do-It-Yourself Single By Kerri Pomarolli Catholics were the coolest when I was growing up. My dad and his whole family are Irish and Italian Catholics. It didn't make me sound zealous or fanatical to say I was Catholic. It was cool and most of my friends went to (and slept through) Mass with their families just like I did. I couldn't stay awake. And when I was awake I sp

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Falling in Love - Again: Every Woman Has a Story

Excerpted from Every Woman Has a Story: Many Voices, Many Lessons, Many Lives By Daryl Ott Underhill You want to trust. You want to be in another relationship, but you're afraid. You've been hurt; you've been disappointed. You have trusted and ended up abused, sometimes even physically. Do you dare ever to trust again? This is where I found myself at the age of forty-five. I was falling in love and I was falling apart because of it. Russ was eve

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The Art of Love

Excerpted from Against Love: A Polemic By Laura Kipnis So are you the type who hadn't realized how unhappy you'd been until you found yourself in the midst of a serious life-shattering affair, diving headlong into this new person's arms to escape the rising tide of emotional deadness at home and in some ridiculously short space of time risking things you never thought you'd risk, without a clue how you've gotten yourself into this whole thing or what disasters might be

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The New Happily Ever After

Excerpted from Cinematherapy for Lovers: The Girl's Guide to Finding True Love One Movie at a Time By Nancy Peske, Beverly West Since movies were invented they have been as much a part of our collective dating and mating game as candy, flowers, Frank Sinatra ballads, and big church weddings. In fact, movies may well be one of the most effective tools for achieving and maintaining romance ever created. When love is new and we're feeling shy and a

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How to Iron Your Own Damn Shirt

Excerpted from How to Iron Your Own Damn Shirt: The Perfect Husband Handbook Featuring Over 50 Foolproof Ways to Win, Woo& Wow Your Wife By Craig Boreth How to Appear Calm While She's Driving Let's face it, digging your nails into the dashboard every time she takes the wheel is bad for your blood pressure and your car's resale value. You've got a few different options here: If you focus on the random stops, the distracted swerving, and ever}

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Some Women Choose A Diet Over Relationships

By Margarita Nahapetyan A new survey by the weight loss company Atkins has discovered that more than fifty per cent of women think and worry much more about their appearance and dieting than they do about men and their relationships. After interviewing about 1300 female dieters in the United Kingdom, the came to the conclusion that fifty four percent of the ladies were concerned about what was on their plates more than about intimacy with their partners, and

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Christian's Guide to Online Dating

Excerpted from World Wide Search: The Savvy Christian's Guide to Online Dating By Cheryl Green Look Inside Before You Log On Know Yourself before Making an Introduction If you want to maximize your success in online dating, take time to prepare yourself before you log on. Be honest about what you're hoping to achieve, why you are drawn to meeting others online, and whether you have the emotional and spiritual foundations to be discerning and wi

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