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Relationship Expert - David Kavanagh gives his advice on how couples navigate the issue of housework. How do you split household responsibility?

A new study found that women take on more "mental housework" than men. When men offer reminders, it's usually for a task that benefits them, unlike women whose reminders benefit their partners. Being overburdened this way can cause problems in one's relationships.

The Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Effect

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Getting Natural
Traditional soft, muted blush and vintage pastels will be an eternally popular wedding colour scheme and will remain a popular choice. But a more natural and earthy feel with loose and natural hand-tied bouquets where foliage and grasses are as, if not more important as the flowers, will be a much-loved look in 2019.

Animals
Who wouldn’t want a puppy delivering the wedding rings, or a regal peacock in your wedding photos? The trend to include animals in the ceremony and on your big day continues, and last year saw donkeys, goats, pigs and alpacas all making an appearance. Even a turtle had a star turn. The trend seem set to continue for 2019.

Steps to planning your wedding.

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When you decide to get married you have a simple choice, either plan it very carefully, or elope and get married in Vegas. If you do decide to plan the wedding, this is a rough, and totally incomplete guide, to getting married.

 

The first step to planning a wedding would be to choose a date. This needs to be at least nine months in advance or you will run out of time. Before you start booking venues and inviting people, you will need to set yourself a budget, as this will dictate many of your decisions. Be realistic with your budget, and build in a contingency, things will cost more than you expect, and there will be unexpected expenses.

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There are many strange wedding traditions in the world. The Jews smash a glass at a wedding to commemorate the destruction of the temple in Jerusalem, and in some countries people throw shoes at the wedding car as it leaves, as it is supposed to bring good luck. So, where do some of our wedding traditions come from?

Wedding rings originated in Egypt and were only given to the bride as a symbol of ownership by her husband but thanks to some progress, the rings are now exchanged to show that the ownership goes both ways! The Sicilians were responsible for adding the diamond to the wedding ring, as they believed the diamond was forged in a fire of love, but this was really popularised by Archduke Maximilian of Austria when he married Mary of Burgundy in 1477. The father giving away the bride was linked to this idea of ownership, so we have not progressed quite that far. Wedding rings go on the fourth finger because people believed that there was a vein called the vena amoris that ran from the fourth finger directly to the heart.

11 Tips to Reignite the Spark - Relationship Advice.

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Relationships are hard, but it is good to remember that nothing is as hard as it looks. So if you want to reignite that spark in your relationship, here are some simple steps that are guaranteed to work.

1. A couple that sweats together, stays together. Couples who exercise together have an increased physical attraction, and it improves your emotional bond. So go running, join a gym, or take up a sport together.

2. Be flirtatious. Being sexually suggestive and affectionate adds excitement to a romance. Remember when you first met. Rekindle that feeling with innuendos and sexy messages. A post- it note on a pillow or a flirty text will do wonders for your love life.

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The article from DatingAdvice.com website

The Short Version: What if you could change your own brainwave patterns and positively impact your relationship with others?

David Kavanagh, who specializes in neuropsychotherapy in Ireland, teaches his patients techniques to accomplish just that. By understanding the way your brain works, you can better handle stress, fear, and challenging situations at the heart of relationship problems.

Through cyber-counseling, in-office visits, and his book, “Love Rewired: Using Your Brain To Mend Your Heart,” David helps people change behaviors to find lasting happiness.

Read the full article here: https://www.datingadvice.com/for-men/david-kavanagh-teaches-couples-how-to-unlock-lasting-love

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