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The Perfect Family Valentines Day Gift
February 09, 2009
The Perfect Valentine's Day Gift
In this issue:
1. The Perfect Valentine's Day Gift
2. Your Turn to Give Parenting Advice
Love is a symbol of eternity. It wipes out all sense of time, destroying all memory of a beginning and all fear of an end.
~ Author Unknown
The Best Valentine's Day Gift
What can you do to keep the love alive in your relationship or marriage?
Did you know that your marriage is the model for your children's love relationships in adulthood? This why most adults realize at one point or another that they married someone who is just like their mother or father.
If you and your spouse are constantly fighting (especially if you fight about the kids) or if you harbor resentments, then I recommend you read
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This is my review of the new relationship program that is transforming marriages around the world. Best of all, you don't need to go to a therapist—you can use the program in the privacy of your home.
While it's easy to fall in love, most couples lack the skills to maintain their love through the trying times of marriage. It's not your fault that you don't know these skills because no one has ever taken the time to teach them to you, but now you have the opportunity to learn.
In this relationship program, you will learn simple steps for getting past the hurts and resentments that happen in every marriage, so you can get back to the love that brought you together in the first place.
Read The Us Factor Review and find out how you can get a 30-Day, no risk trial.
The best Valentine's Day gift you can give yourself and your partner are the tools to create a lifelong love. To read more, just copy and paste the link below into your browser.
Your Turn to Give Parenting Advice
As you may know, I have parenting message boards on my web site and lately, I've been receiving a lot of question from step parents about the issues that arise in blended (or not so blended) families.
Here's a question from a woman whose problem is with the birth mother of her teenage step sons who are twins.
Click on the link below to read her question and see if you can offer her some support or guidance.
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I apologize, but even though I am constantly writing articles, answering parenting questions and posting them to my web site, I do not always have the time to publish my newsletter. If you want to keep on top of the content I am publishing, make sure to follow me on twitter:
Just copy and paste the link into your browser and click on the button that reads "Follow."
In the future, I will be asking you to participate in surveys to let me know which parenting issues most concern you. This way, I can tailor my articles to address your most pressing issues.
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Happy Valentine's Day
Until the next issue,
Laura Ramirez, Publisher
Family Matters Parenting Magazine
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