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The Type of Love that Makes People the Happiest

Falling in love can be exhilarating, but it isn’t the secret to marital happiness. “Passionate love”—the period of falling in ...


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Sometimes What Looks Like Doubt Isn’t

Poet Amy B Hunter writes:

Five years ago I had emergency surgery. My sister, a professor with final exams to give, was getting married in less than a week. ...

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Winston Churchill Was Unloved by His Father

R. Kent Hughes writes:

There are some fathers who are sarcastic and constantly criticize their sons. I think of a certain little boy when I coached soccer. ...

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‘Love is Blind’? No, Love is Bound

There's a new reality dating show on Netflix called, "Love is Blind," that tries to test whether relationships can be successful based on ...


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Granddaughter Invents Apparatus to Hug Grandma

With a little ingenuity and some low-cost materials, Carly Marinaro provided a miracle for her grandmother Rose Gagnon. That miracle came in the form ...


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The Quest for Love Endures

PBS’s The Great American Read is an eight-part series that explores America’s 100 best-loved novels. The series notes that one theme emerges ...


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Want a Happy Marriage? Do the Dishes Together.

Every day, they slowly accumulate. Plates covered in sauces and crumbs. Forks, knives, and spoons all gummed with bits of this and that. At the end of ...


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Love is the Driving Force Behind Everything We Do

PBS’ The Great American Read is an eight-part series that explores America’s 100 best-loved novels. The series notes that one theme emerges ...


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How America Grew Bored with Love

“Where is the love?” Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack sang in an unforgettable hit from 1972. Their breakup ballad could now double as an ...


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Are Christian Men More Abusive?

In an article for Christianity Today, sociologist and researcher Brad Wilcox has investigated the claim that evangelical Protestantism is bad for marriage ...


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