When to Say I Love You – How to Know if It is Time to Say the Three Big Words

When to say I love you? Falling in love can be likened to a lot of different things, probably because falling for someone is a different experience for every person. Some people compare falling in love to getting hit between the eyeballs by a very large baseball bat. For others, love sneaks up on them like a small, furry pooch with very sharp teeth that slinks up behind them to bite them on the butt. Yet others compare it to various forces of nature that tend to start out slow but build momentum unstoppable until it pretty much crashes down on them like a tsunami. But still the big question is how and when to say I love you.

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Women in Love and Relationships – How to Let Go

When you love someone and the relationship has to end in any reason that hurt you both, it has to end right at that moment and you have to accept it and let go. You don’t have to ask questions why it happened; you don’t have to look for answers because you will see none. Things could get ugly if you insist looking for it. Don’t try to change the course of fate, if it’s meant to end then it has to end and let go.

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How to Plan a Dream Wedding on a Budget

At the moment, the average expenses of a wedding can amount to as much as $10,000. These are the modest weddings. A number of families know that there are alternatives to a dream wedding. A dream wedding has a nightmare price tag attached to it. But did you know that you can plan a dream wedding on a budget?

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Marriage Proposals – Creative Ways to Pop the Question

Is it the right time to ask your special someone The Question? Whether standing on two feet or on bended knees, making your marriage proposal can be a very scary and exciting event. And you’d want to get it right, too. About 60% of engaged people say their proposal could have been better. If the hopeless romantic in you wants the perfect pitch, here are some creative ways to pop the question:

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