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Are You A Gentleman? (and How To Know You Met One)

Introduction The purpose of this series is to highlight what I find a serious issue in our society. That is the problem of guys acting like “gentlemen,” or what they perceive a gentleman to act like. They act kind and sincere but all too often they turn out to be...

Consistency is Crucial For Relationship Survival

When you first meet someone that you would like to get to know more personally, everything is exciting. It's new. Everything is fresh and nothing is predictable. That's dating. Dating is the thrill of the hunt. Once you actually decide to Like a person... To keep a...

Five Secrets to Making Opposite Personalities Work

People meet up all the time. It’s happening as you’re reading this sentence. We meet others everywhere- the grocery store, library, Taco Bell, anywhere. When this happens, we naturally ask questions to see what the other person has in common with us. Do they like the...

The Cancer That Destroys Relationships

When you're single and meeting up with a date, you put on your best front. You talk about all your achievements, you wear that new perfume, you talk about the new promotion you got and many more appealing details to show your date, "I'm a good choice." So what happens...

Four Ways To Get Your Husband To Take The Night Shift

*This post may have affiliate links I posted a couple weeks ago about how parenting is teamwork. In this post, I am going to talk about why you moms should encourage your spouses to help you out, despite their busy lives. In marriage, you two are equals and are...

5 Tips To Get Your Baby To Sleep Through The Night

*This post may contain affiliate links Many parents know that when there is a newborn in the house, you most likely won't be getting much sleep. Some babies are colicky and others are quite content, but when sleep comes around whether your baby cries a lot or is more...

Guest Post Articles

13 Best Ways To Prepare Your Kid Before The First Dental Visit (Guest Post Days)

As early as six months old, your child’s baby teeth can begin to cut through the gums that by the age of three, a full set of 20 primary teeth have already appeared. With the emergence of your kid’s teeth comes the responsibility to ensure that the health of your...

How a Job Will Help Your Child’s Self-Esteem (Guest Post Days)

One of the things we want to develop in our children is a healthy sense of self-esteem. While most of us know that it’s important to encourage and praise our children, too much of the latter can often have the opposite effect, especially if it’s baseless praise. We...

5 Secrets to Saving Money on Baby Delivery Costs (#3 is the Best Tip) [Guest Post Days]

Everybody knows how expensive raising a child can be. We focus on the cost of clothing, food, childcare, education, etc. But not many of us think about the expense that hits us at the time of delivery. It’s the first bill you receive after childbirth that eats up a...

What to Know Before Starting a Business With Your Spouse (Guest Post Days)

Have you ever considered starting a business? Better yet, have you ever considered starting a business with your significant other? Whether your business is a blog, boutique, restaurant, podcast, etc., startups can be stressful and challenging! Especially when your...

Six Things you should Never Do When Getting Divorced (Guest Post Days)

Divorce is an emotional very complicated time for both partners and children. During a divorce, tensions run high, and the couple might make a few bad decisions. These decisions might become big mistakes in future that one needs to pay with peace of mind.  Thus you...

A Simple Baltic Amber Teething Necklace Became a Millennial’s Secret Weapon (Guest Post Days)

When I first found out that I was pregnant, my mom was not ashamed to tell me how much the parenting world had changed since she had kids. She told me about all the cool "gadgets" that were out for new moms now, things that would make life easier and things that would...

All You Want to Know About Large Breed Nutritional Requirement (Guest Post Days)

Food is essential for life and balanced diet is essential to lead a healthier life. Just like human require a complex set of nutrients to keep their body healthy, dogs also have certain dietary requirements to stay healthy and active. Feeding either excessive calories...

Ways To Spend Quality Time With Your Partner When You Have Small Kids (Guest Post Days)

Do you find that you tend to get complacent in your long-term relationship? It is no secret that in order to maintain a healthy relationship both parties must make an effort. Sometimes it’s not enough to sit side by side-scrolling social media and on a Saturday night....

Diving into Relationship Communication (Guest Post Days)

If you are in a committed relationship, you obviously love your partner, but that doesn't mean you don't face issues or shy away from arguments. Have you ever taken the time to consider if you are communicating with your partner well? Do you take each other's problems...

Parenting on Hard Mode (or, How to Tell Your Kids You’re “Crazy.”) [Guest Post Days]

Confession time. I’m crazy. Not the “oh man, mama’s gonna lose it because you left your socks on the floor again!” kind of crazy. I’m the “just spend a month under psychiatric care for bipolar disorder” crazy. As I say, I’m certified. I’ve got the doctor's notes to...

Sex & Relationship Articles

How To Save A Marriage After A Tripod Affair

This is part six of the eight-part series on how to save your marriage after an affair. Before reading Andrew G. Marshalls book, How Can I Ever Trust You Again?: Infidelity: From Discovery to Recovery in Seven Steps (affiliate), I wasn’t aware there were so many...

Smash the Lock on Bedroom Talk: 5 Communication Strategies for Deeper Intimacy

For most of us, stripping down means really stripping down -- baring your body means baring your soul, too. Such raw vulnerability often brings a little anxiety into the bedroom: Will I be able to orgasm? Will he think he’s done something wrong if I don’t? Does my...

How To Save A Marriage After A Don Juan Affair

This is part five of the eight-part series on how to save your marriage after an affair. If you haven’t read the first four parts of the series, the links are below! Before reading Andrew G. Marshalls book, How Can I Ever Trust You Again?:...

Are You A Gentleman? (and How To Know You Met One)

Introduction The purpose of this series is to highlight what I find a serious issue in our society. That is the problem of guys acting like “gentlemen,” or what they perceive a gentleman to act like. They act kind and sincere but all too often they turn out to be...

How To Save A Marriage After A Self-Medication Affair

This is part four of the eight-part series on how to save your marriage after an affair. If you haven’t read the first three parts of the series, the links are below! Before reading Andrew G. Marshalls book, How Can I Ever Trust You Again?: Infidelity: From Discovery...

How To Save A Marriage After A Retaliatory Affair

This is part three of the eight-part series on how to save your marriage after an affair. If you haven’t read the first two parts of the series, the links are below! Before reading Andrew G. Marshalls book, How Can I Ever Trust You Again?: Infidelity: From Discovery...

How To Save A Marriage After A Cry For Help Affair

This post is part two of the eight-part series on affairs and how to save your marriage. If you haven't read the first part of the series, the link is below! Before reading Andrew G. Marshalls book, How Can I Ever Trust You Again?: Infidelity: From Discovery to...

How To Save A Marriage After An Accidental Affair

Affairs destroy the sanctity of marriage like no other betrayal. Having an affair is like taking a knife, plunging it in your spouses back, right into their heart, and twisting the knife. It almost certainly means the death of your marriage, right? Not necessarily....

Consistency is Crucial For Relationship Survival

When you first meet someone that you would like to get to know more personally, everything is exciting. It's new. Everything is fresh and nothing is predictable. That's dating. Dating is the thrill of the hunt. Once you actually decide to Like a person... To keep a...

Marriage After Chronic Illness

Marriages go through many events- fights, family and friend deaths, job loss, babies, and other things. When we say our vows, there's a part that says “in sickness and through health." We say that hoping for the second part, never the first. I've been married for...

Family & Parenting Articles

The Importance of Communication with Your Partner in Parenting

Parenting is like an extreme sport. You can prepare for it, but there is no way of keeping score. Your ego might get bruised a bit, and it's definitely tiring. Kids can and will test your patience on a daily basis. Some nights, you will go to sleep wondering if you...

Six Things you should Never Do When Getting Divorced (Guest Post Days)

Divorce is an emotional very complicated time for both partners and children. During a divorce, tensions run high, and the couple might make a few bad decisions. These decisions might become big mistakes in future that one needs to pay with peace of mind.  Thus you...

The Best Stationary For Your Baby Shower

When I was pregnant, I remember my mom talking about throwing me a baby shower. She and her friend threw one for me and they did an amazing job! Watching them plan one for me now makes me excited for when any of my friends have their own little ones. If I am going to...

Having Kids: When Things Don’t Go As Planned

Most people plan to have kids- when, how many, and how far apart. Sometimes this plan works out, but not all the time. My husband and I had a plan, but it went slightly off the rails. We planned for two-we had three. We didn't have an exact spacing idea- all three are...

Baby Checklist: Essentials For Bringing Your Baby Home

Becoming a new parent is one of the most overwhelming times of your life! I remember coming home from the hospital and feeling so lost. Personally, I wish someone had told me some of the essentials to have around the house for when baby comes home! Preparation is key...

13 Reasons Why: Let’s Have A Conversation

Most of you know that 13 Reasons Why season 2 came out on May 18th, 2018. There has been controversy over the show about how the show has handled the important topics within the show. As a parent, a survivor, and someone who knows how hard it is to speak when issues...

Influential Moms For Mother’s Day (with Interviews from Mary Fernandez and Deborah Rhodes)

Millennial Mrs. and Mom is celebrating Mother's Day by interviewing two prominent mom's out there who have had an influence on those around them. Our two guests today are Mary Fernandez and Deborah Rhodes.    Interview with Mary Fernandez from Persuasion Nation If you...

Tips For A Stress Free School Run

The dreaded school run! Whether it's pretty new to you or you've been doing it for years, getting everyone up, dressed and out in time for school can be a stressful and challenging job in the morning, especially when you have more than one child or when you have work...

The Perfect Way To Get The Best Breastpump!

Savannah: As a first-time mom, I was utterly lost in figuring out many things. I was so worried about finding the perfect items, and more importantly the safest. Throughout my pregnancy, I was looking for breast pumps because I wanted to breastfeed. I saw one that I...

Top Tips for Mums of Toddlers & How to Stay Sane

I’m a busy mum of Joshua who is five and my twins, Oscar and Isla who recently turned two. Life can be crazy as were pretty busy all the time but I love it and I wouldn’t want it any other way. Of course, we have tough days as everyone does. I wanted to share with you...

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