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Is America’s Favorite Pastime Going “Afoul”?

“We’re happy to see that for the first time in the eight-year history of the Vacation Confidence Index, vacation spending will hit an impressive $100 billion. This new milestone is great news for the travel industry,” says Daniel Durazo, director of communications for Allianz Global Assistance USA. As summer bears

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Shared Goals

In a marriage (or any symbiotic relationship for that matter), the strength of the relationship is largely determined by the intimacy that two people share as a couple, where intimacy is just another way of saying “mutual connection”. For most couples, dating often starts out with the mutual connections of

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Boys and their Balls

Ok – so the title isn’t totally accurate as “girls and their balls” could be just as meaningful – it just didn’t have the same alliteration or shock value to it and…wait…what the hell am I talking about? Oh, yeah – sports and kids. Stay with me, here. At the

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Married Not Dead: An Introspection

The other day, I was thinking about what it means to me to be Married Not Dead. This is what I came up with: The ring on my finger symbolizes love, not time. “Til death do us part” never had anything to do with our physical bodies, but it had

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Fate of the Traditional Man

The traditional man of a masculine ilk Is truly a simple soul He wants nothing more than he has earned And a life he can control His purpose is to conquer any Conquest that he can For winning is the only way He’ll know he is a man A woman

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Gifts for a Mother

Sunday was a unique Mother’s Day for my wife…and for me. For the first time ever, I bought her gifts that considered her role as a mother. I know it sounds odd considering that the gifts were for Mother’s Day and one could say that any gift given on that

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