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How to improve your self-confidence in a relationship


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Self-confidenceIn a relationship self-confidence is very important. Although you have become a couple, you still need to have your own sense of self, your own thoughts and opinions, and confidence to stand alone should you ever need or want to. A lack of confidence in you can actually ruin a relationship, because other people will expect to give and receive freely, and that takes self-confidence.

To improve your self-confidence in a relationship you first need to isolate the self-defeating chatter that goes on in your head. We all have this chatter, even the most self-confident people do. Our confidence in ourselves wavers from moment to moment depending on our interactions with family, friends, co-workers, and our overall success. Some days we may feel more self-confident than others, and this is normal. What is not normal is to continually feel badly about you.

Listen as you go about your day and really think about what you tell yourself about your inability to please your mate, or your lack of communication skills in your relationship, or whatever it may be. When you find these phrases, and you will, counter them with something you know proves the negative phrase wrong. Even if there is only one instance, have your rebuttal ready. Sooner or later, you’ll start to believe all the good things are true! And, they are. Your mate will really appreciate the renewed sense of self.

Know your true love


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CoupleAfter several dates, you feel you’ve found the perfect person. This is your dream mate, the one who will stand by you through thick and thin. You’re ready to tie the knot at last. But is it love? Or is it a cheap imitation, like infatuation, lust, or even simple companionship? Here are a few things to consider as you make the ultimate life-changing decision:

1. Do you want what’s best for this person, or do you want what this person can do to help you? For example, if your mate has the chance to get a wonderful job in another city, are you willing to pull up stakes and move, or will you expect the job opportunity to get tossed aside for you? Love means putting the other person’s needs ahead of your own, even when that involves sacrifice. While blind agreement to any difference of opinion is unrealistic and unreasonable, a thoughtful discussion of what is better for each of you individually as well as both of you as a couple needs to take place.

For a Stress-free Wedding


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Stress-free weddingIf you’ve ever been involved with the planning of a wedding, you know that the months leading up to the big day can be quite stressful. Grooms and brides are running everywhere, taking care of plans, ordering cakes, hiring bands, finding a florists, choosing the guest list, not to mention going through all the requirements–both legal and religious–they need to take care of in order to make the wedding official.

Families and friends of the bride and groom often chip in to help out with the duties and responsibilities, which only often adds to the stress, because they think the reception should be held at one place, the couple thinks it should be somewhere else. The arguments never cease, and everyone cannot wait until the magical day is over with.

That’s why it’s important for everyone who’s involved with wedding plans to take ample time to relax and de-stress themselves daily. Here are some tips on how to remove the stress from your wedding-filled life.

Wedding Day Hair


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Wedding Hairstyle“How will I wear my hair?” Every bride faces that predicament. Your wedding day hairstyle is a significant aspect of the total bridal look, worth some thought. If you have a bad hair day, the photos to prove it will be around for years to come. On the plus side, it’s a great opportunity to do something really special with your hair.

The Test Run

Do a “test run” with hair and make-up, just the way you plan to wear it on your wedding day. Have someone take several pictures from different angles and with different facial expressions. Then, look closely at the pictures. Do you like what you see? Is there too much make-up or not enough? How do you feel about the hair style–too much height or not enough?

If something doesn’t seem right, start again and do another test run until everything comes together. It’s important to actually take photos of yourself because it can give you a different perspective rather than just looking in the mirror.

During the “test run,” walk around with the hairstyle you plan to wear to determine its comfort level. A good rule is: the simpler, the better, since pins can hurt, and intricate styles are often delicate and apt to fall. The photos, wedding and reception could last as long as ten hours, will the hairstyle stand the test of time?

Happily Ever After


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Happily Ever AfterDo you know what all happy and healthy marriages have in common? In every one of them you will find two people committed to making each other happy. You will find a man who cherishes his wife and puts her needs above his own, and you will find a wife who respects and trusts her man. We live in very selfish times. Pop-psychology messages are everywhere in the media encouraging us to love ourselves, do right by ourselves, and generally please ourselves first. If you really want a happy marriage, don’t buy into that type of self-centered thinking. Instead, try these 10 time-tested techniques and experience the happiness, peace, and tranquility of a healthy marriage.

1. Make time for each other. It’s so easy in our hyper-busy modern lifestyles to forget to set aside a little time to enjoy each other’s company. Start a weekly tradition of setting a date for the two of you to be together doing something you both enjoy. Keep it simple. Take a nice walk together. Sip coffee together in a cozy coffeehouse. Talk to each other, reminisce, and get to know each other again.