relationships

6 Questions to ask your spouse every week to improve your relationship – Fitness Article

6 Questions to ask your spouse every week to improve your relationship Today we welcome Diana Indries, co-inventor of Better Topics, The World’s First Replayable Card Game For Couples. I saw this card game for couples and fell in love with the concept of building strong marriages by using a game to encourage meaningful communication. Marriage should be so much more than co-existing or managing life admin together. To avoid joining the upsetting amount of marriages that end in divorce it…

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How do I deal with my unsupportive spouse? – Blogilates – Pilates Fitness Article

How do I deal with my unsupportive spouse? – Blogilates Dear Over the Negativity, Not. Cool. Sounds like it’s time to sit down and have a serious heart-to-heart with your husband. I think this happens with family and spouses more often than you’d think, and it comes down to fear. Change is scary and intimidating. Is he afraid that if you change it will affect him or your relationship? Is he self-conscious about his OWN body? Don’t settle for a…

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the truth About Self-Love  – Poppy Cross – Fitness Article

the truth About Self-Love  – Poppy Cross We are often told that we should love ourselves and give ourselves some love. Yet sadly, explanations of why this is so fundamental are thin on the ground and so too therefore are the suggestions of how we can love ourselves, what this will add to our lives and most importantly – how we inevitably benefit exponentially if we choose to.  First up let’s remove the “should”. Tell someone they “should” do something…

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Experts on How to Be More Successful in Your Career and Relationships – Gym Fitness Article

Experts on How to Be More Successful in Your Career and Relationships Sometimes, having someone telling you what to do is the kick in the butt you need to make a change. And since New Year’s resolutions tend to be centered around health and fitness, you’re likely in need of some trusting voices to help you get ahead in your career and relationships, too. Enter the advice of experts—therapists, career coaches, business professors, book authors—who know what it takes to…

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Take Your Broken Heart and Make It Into Art… Maybe – Fitness Article

Take Your Broken Heart and Make It Into Art… Maybe The wise Nora Ephron once said everything is copy. Life, and often times the hard parts of life, can give us a spark of inspiration. For Nora Ephron it certainly seemed to be true, she transformed her divorce into a work of fiction in her book Heartburn. As I’ve been navigating this break-up, I’ve also been harboring this odd guilt. Why am I not compelled to write more? Why am I not…

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Breaking Up is Hard To Do – Fitness Article

Breaking Up is Hard To Do Sooooo, the breakup. Over the last month, I’ve been thinking a lot about how to talk about this (or simply not) on the blog and social media. On the one hand: I know I don’t owe it to anyone to share ALL the details of my personal life. But on the other hand: It’s hard to talk about my life and not address this major shift. Jeremy and I started dating before this blog or my…

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Dating, Marriage, and Religion – RunningMyselfTogether – Running Fitness Article

This has been on my heart for quite some time now. I’ve talked to people in my life about it, but haven’t talked about it here. Mainly because it’s pretty personal, but also because I didn’t really have the right words to say. I do now. Or at least, I think I do. But more importantly, it feels kind of isolating to live through this (in a strange, non-dramatic way). And we don’t like isolation here in this RunningMyselfTogether community,…

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