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5 Budget-Friendly Tips to Plan Your Dream Wedding

While it might seem daunting at first, it is extremely easy to plan the wedding of your dreams to set up for the next stage of your life without burning a hole in your wallet.

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3 Budget-Friendly Ways Everyone Can Celebrate Valentine’s Day

As soon as the holiday season is over and Christmas decorations come down, the stores are stocked with Valentine’s Day merchandise. From cards to candy and flowers to jewelry, the costs can add up on showing the one you love just how much you love them. Which is why it is so important to keep […]

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How Not to Save Your Marriage: 3 Relationship Myths Debunked

While marriage can be a real blessing for some couples, it’s a hard reality when you have to admit things just aren’t working anymore. With the American Psychological Association reporting one in two couples file for divorce in the U.S. every year, sometimes the signs are so evident, there’s just no other way around it. […]

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7 Tips to Consider When Planning a Destination Wedding

Destination weddings not only combine the charm and excitement reminiscent of a sunny vacation, but they’re also a lot more fun than say, drinking piña coladas in the boonies. There’s been an upswing in this particular wedding trend with many couples abandoning the traditional, fancy church in favor of nuptials amid a more exotic and warm locale. According to a […]

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7 Winter Date Ideas for Getting Cozy

As the temperature drops, it seems like our date options dwindle. Chances are, you aren’t going to picnic in a park or go for a bike ride with your significant other until spring.

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10 Ways to Have the Winter Wedding of Your Dreams

Spring and summer weddings have been the norm for as long as we can remember, but winter nuptials are fast becoming a popular trend. Giving couples gorgeous, snow-filled portraits of fairytale-like memories and snow globe charm, winter is a truly enchanting time of year to tie the knot. 

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3 Betrayals That Are as Damaging as Infidelity

It was reported by an international study that over 60 percent of men and 45 percent of women have engaged in some behaviors of infidelity in the past. When this occurs in a relationship, the feeling of betrayal may be felt. Which means you could have first-hand experience in knowing that one of the most damaging […]

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3 Surefire Signs You’re Definitely Not Ready for Marriage

Reality TV shows and those couples you know who overshare on social media usually point to the idea that walking down the aisle with “the one” is evitable. And while you might dream of that day too with your partner, However, according to the American Psychological Association, 40 to 50 percent of marriages today will end […]

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Top 5 for 5: Alex Reveals His Best Relationship Advice

Alex Keobke has been a Contributor to The Hudsucker since 2014, and his thoughtful advice on life and relationships has been a staple of his writing. For his Top 5 for 5, he chooses to share the relationship advice that he finds most important.  One of the most influential areas of your life is the partner […]

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How to Co-Parent Like an Adult and Make Life Way Easier Without the Crazy

Relationships are hard, but divorce can be much harder. As an ugly beast filled with a wide-range of emotions and a dose of bitterness, divorce can present some frustrating challenges for couples — like co-parenting. While both parents are often caught in a cycle of retaliation due to the mental and emotional harm each has […]

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5 Reasons People Stay in Bad Relationships, According to Science

We’ve all seen the situation and it baffles you to the core: a spouse cheats on their partner, yet they remain the happy quintessential couple on your sunny neighborhood block. All looks normal on their relationship horizon, but a month or two later pass, and you hear they are heading on vacation, moving to a […]

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5 Romantic Spring Date Ideas Guaranteed to Blossom Your Relationship

After being curled up on the couch for months with Netflix and cozy blankets, we are happy to announce that spring has almost sprung. And with a new season of color and life comes ample opportunity to crawl out of our place of hibernation and soak in the beauty of a fresh new season. Aside […]

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These Are the 7 Best Places to Live in the United States for 2017

For so many of us, relocating to a new city is a daunting experience. From finding new neighborhood favorites to maintaining sociability, moving has the power to leave you mentally, emotionally and physically exhausted. But as you know the saying, “life begins at the end of your comfort zone” and it’s true in more ways […]

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Building Resilience and Moving Ahead Through Tough Transitions

Breakups and layoffs suck. Whether it’s the end of a long-term relationship with someone you love, the loss of a job you were dedicated to, or another life-altering situation, being thrust into these scenarios where a big part of your life comes to a sudden end is downright unnerving and terrifying. You enter into that uncomfortable gray area of […]

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5 TED Talks That Will Completely Refresh Your Outlook on Love

With the way life has been around the world lately, it wouldn’t hurt for us to add more love to the mix. From war, poverty, famine and the fight for human rights, the Burt Bacharach classic, “What The World Needs Now is Love” has never been more certifiable. Considered one of the most essential components […]

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