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Looking for Quality in your Dating Life?

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jul 25, 2013

Perhaps number one on everyone’s list when selecting a mate is finding someone of quality.

This is somebody who will treat you well and with respect, balances you on all levels, makes you number one in their life, is compatible both sexually and psychologically and is a soul mate you can communicate with concerning just about anything.

Mutual trust and honoring your commitments is essential for success, but trying to find one who fits all these bills involves a dedicated process of being selective – weeding through the masses and discovering someone of excellence.

There... (more)

Tags: marriage, relationships, dating, blind dates, dating advice, randy mitchell, courtship, dating, quality relationships, dating life

Pressure to Marry

By Ely North, published on Apr 21, 2013



Dear Unmarried Mary,

The mature thing to do would be to sit down with your offending family members for a heart-to-heart discussion. Express your appreciation that they’re concerned for your happiness, honestly share your feelings about marriage, and implore them to support you as you live life on your own terms.

Your family may appreciate this mature approach, and it may get them off your back for a little while. But before too long they’ll get impatient and start harassing you again. Which is just more proof that... (more)

Tags: humor, marriage, funny, advice, marry

My husband: the Most Important Person in My Life

By melanie jean juneau, published on Apr 13, 2013

When I first met my future husband, I weighed 98 lbs. I had just graduated with an Honours Degree in English Literature from the University of Regina and considered continuing my studies as a graduate student. I loved everything about academia, especially the relaxed but challenging experience of reading Chaucer and Old English in the original vernacular with only one other student in a professor’s office. We delighted this dedicated teacher because we were interested in passion.

I loved my life and didn’t for see any changes. I had grown up with one sister, ballet lessons and a library... (more)

Tags: marriage, large family, vocation


By Rahul, published on Mar 11, 2013

When I saw a contest in indiblogger about ‘Love marriage or Arranged marriage’ I decided to write on marriage. Before I begin I need to tell you whether I am married or not, I am single and am not thinking about marriage until I reach 26. This being the situation it will be totally inappropriate and unconvincing If I criticize or even say something about both love and arranged marriages. I may be able to say few goods and flaws of both type of marriages based on others experience –mainly my relatives and friends- but instead of that I wish to share the four fundamental principles of married... (more)

Tags: marriage, indiblogger, contest, love or arranged

A Viking Funeral - a parting of ways.

By iancochrane, published on Feb 19, 2013

Boerne is 51yrs old, handsome in a rugged sort of way; olive skin, high cheekbones and black straw-like hair. He’s never been a talker and we sit on the veranda drinking beer instead, our eyes drawn to a 2 x 6 metre recycle bin out front. At the end the day the sun is uncanny and low, the sky scarlet as summer bushfires rage in the western ranges.

“Good of you to help out,” says Boerne, flicking the top from another beer. “To be honest, you know, I’d rather be somewhere else.” And for the briefest of moments, his dark eyes leave the recycle bin. “Maybe we just got married too young.... (more)

Tags: marriage, family, relationships, divorce, human condition

Just LET GO and Then LET GOD!

By HomeRearedChef, published on Feb 13, 2013

When my heart was troubled and I felt discouraged with how my life was going, I’d sing this song, and it brought immediate comfort to me. Today, when I am afraid, when I am confused, I will sing, lifting my voice to Him in praise, and my spirit calms. That is when I am reminded that I am not alone. He is and always has been a “light unto my path.”

For many years I treaded roads ill-chosen, roads that lead me nowhere. But when I finally made the choice to stand still and listen, I began to travel roads that only God would have wanted me to travel. Though reluctantly at first, I did give... (more)

Tags: marriage, family, god, children, faith, grandchildren

England Turns to the Dark Side

By Anastasia , published on Dec 11, 2012 still top of the pops, though the number of people identifying themselves as such has fallen from seventy-two to fifty-nine per cent since 2001, leading to claims that their number could fall below fifty per cent of the population in six years time.

The other downward trend is in marriage. It seems that gays have fallen in love with that venerable institution when everyone else is falling out of love. For the first time since the national census was founded in 1801 married couples are in a minority. Never mind; soon the homosexuals will come and make up the numbers.

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Tags: religion, marriage, faith, jedi knights, english national census, social trends

Rising from the Ashes and Taking Second Chances

By HomeRearedChef, published on Dec 5, 2012

...seize the day, putting as little trust as possible in the future. And that’s just what many single moms are doing today, seizing the moment at hand. They are taking control of their own lives. Life, after all, is often a disambiguation.

The Reality: Life happens. Love is found. Marriage is made. Family is created. Dreams are crushed. And in many cases, when there just isn’t room for compromise, divorce is the ultimatum. Today, brave women are boldly girding themselves and moving to rise from still smoldering ashes and carving a new path for themselves and for their... (more)

Tags: marriage, family, love, divorce, second chances

I'm getting married!

By Dan Bonser, published on Nov 21, 2012

I never thought I’d say the words But I’m getting married And I’m happy as a bird Once, Very long ago I wanted to find a love That would move me so Yet it never seemed to come So I locked myself away And forgot about love Until this day I woke up happy With a woman by my side And cuddled her soundly For she would be my bride I remember asking the question And giving her a ring That slipped on her finger Such a beautiful thing I’ve had many failed loves Through my history Enough to show me what was Pain and misery I’ve fought and screamed And thrown people to the curb Then risen again... (more)

Tags: poem, poetry, marriage, wedding

Is It Love or Infatuation?

By Randy Mitchell, published on Jul 11, 2012

The question above is one we’ve all asked ourselves while making that occasional, sizzling eye contact. And it’s also the oldest both men and women have contemplated every time their heart skips that irreversible beat. God made us equipped to love another, to share that certain bond we feel with no one else. But is it love we have while stroking the others hand, or simply an infatuation, a physical response that goes no further than living in the moment when it happens?

Let’s start with some definitions:

Love is a strong feeling for another which lasts through time, and... (more)

Tags: sex, marriage, love, dating, romance, passion, sexuality, randy mitchell, infatuation, courtship, romantic drama

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