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Marital abuse


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Marital AbuseThe word, ‘abuse’ literally means, usage of words or actions to bad effect or for a bad purpose. But, in a broader sense, it not only means actions or words, but it can be relevant as silent manners of hurting a person.

“I feel really hurt when my husband keeps on repeating the same issues over and over again. Be it a simple matter or a major one, when it is told several times, I do feel abused”, says Leya who is a home-maker. Her problem is that her husband finds silly issues with all the household chores that she does. “Be it, cooking, cleaning or looking after my 2 yr. old, he’s got something to say about everything. There are times when I’ve felt that I need to just run out of the house, leaving everything as it is because I feel I’ve got no value in being there as a wife to my husband.”
 
Problems like the one mentioned above, are silent natures of being abusive. If we confront the man about this he’ll have thousands of reasons to defend what he does. He’ll even deny having abused his wife. Previously, abuse was thought of as actions which can only hurt the person physically or sexually. This is often accompanied with a terrible rage of anger too. But, I would say that, any act of trying to purposely hurt a person, is a form of abuse.

The Wedding Reception Venue For the Modern Bride


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Bridal waltzThe Wedding reception venue is unquestionably is the most important component of your wedding as at least 50 % of the wedding budget is spent on the reception. The venue for your reception should represent you both as a couple as it sets the tone and mood of the event. The choices for wedding reception venues are limitless and modern brides do not have to select a traditional reception venue. It can be a daytime soiree or an evening extravaganza.

One of the many choices modern brides have for the wedding reception venue is the traditional reception centre. A sit down formal reception can also be held in restaurants, hotels, museums, halls and many other locations. Accompanying traditional wedding reception is the 3- 5 course meal. The conveniences of traditional wedding reception venues are that most have an in house wedding coordinator to assist you with your event. The formalities such as the bridal waltz, speeches, cutting of the cake and the throwing of the banquet are already taken care of by the wedding reception. There is a formula which works and the experience of the venue will ensure that the event runs seamlessly and on time.

Choosing The Right-fitted Pants


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JeansLet’s face it - shopping for a pair of well-fitting pants doesn’t exactly rank high on the favorite-things-to-do list. But what if you knew nabbing the perfect pair would not only boost your mood, but change the appearance of your lower half? Impossible you say? Think again. The secret lies in knowing your body and what looks best on it.

Body type: long legs

Your challenge: Making the most of your height

The best pants for you: From slim cuts to wide-leg versions, you can wear almost any style of pant you like. Length is your biggest concern – keep hems a half inch off the ground for maximum impact. When you find a well-fitting pair you like, inspect the inner hem to see if there’s enough fabric turned in that could be let down by a tailor. Specialty shops for taller gals are always a good shopping bet.

Choosing The Perfect Wedding Ring


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Diamond ringChoosing a wedding ring isn’t really as simple as pointing to the one in the window that looks prettiest. Jewelry, especially a diamond is a major investment just like buying a house or a car. There are a few things that you need to know so that you get a stone that is not only beautiful to look at; it is also a true gem of value beyond sentiment.

Just like you may need the assistance of a good mechanic to help you check out a car before you buy it, you may need the help of a good gemologist or an honest jeweler to help you find your special gemstone from among the many pieces out there. Like any industry they have their own jargon. You don’t need to learn all their terms but you do need to become familiar with the four C’s of a diamond’s quality.

Cut is the first and most important C in choosing diamonds. There are two aspects that determine a diamonds cut. The first of which is the shape of the stone. This aspect is quite literally the geometrical shape that the artisan has chosen for the stone in order to bring out the most of its inner beauty. The stone can be shaped into your basic round or into fancy ones such as the oval, marquise, pear, emerald, princess, asscher, radiant, heart or triangle.

How to Avoid Wedding Disasters


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Avoid wedding disasterYou’re in the midst of planning your wedding so take a moment to sit back and envision the day to come. What you imagine is a day full of romance, one that is absolutely perfect and not a thing out of place. Everything, from the flowers in your bouquet to the cloudless sky, is exactly as you want it to be.

Welcome to reality. Have you ever heard of Murphy’s Law? You know the one that goes, whatever can go wrong will?Considering all the numerous details of the day, and add in the many people involved (vendors, staff, wedding party, friends, family), the potential for something not quite right definitely exists.

Wedding disasters come in many forms from problems that are fixable such as the wrong flower in your bouquet, lipstick on your wedding gown, or the dj playing the wrong song for the first dance, to the necessity of major re-vamping of the day itself because of rain storms, blizzards and power outages, or the sudden illness of a member of the wedding party or a parent. No, deciding now to elope is probably NOT the best solution. However, there are some things that you can do to keep the stress levels down, and help avoid a traumatic meltdown should something not go as planned.