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10 Immigration Tips for Love-Struck Tech Workers

Xiao Wang & Anjana Prasad Contributor Anjana Prasad is senior advisor of immigration law and Xiao Wang is CEO at Boundless, a technology startup that has helped thousands of immigrant families apply for marriage green cards and U.S. citizenship while providing affordable access to independent immigration attorneys. Even techies might agree that server rooms aren’t the most romantic places to fall in love — but it happens. And with foreign-born workers making up n...
Tags: Startups, TC, Column, Marriage, Relationships, Government, Immigration, America, Tech, Policy, Personal, Silicon Valley, Romantic, H-1b Visa, H-1B, Xiao Wang


Impossible Wedding Vows: Would You or Did You Make Them?

“Impossible Wedding Vows” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward BUY THIS CARTOON! Perhaps we wouldn’t or didn’t say these particular words. But I wonder if, for many of us, these weren’t implicit in our expectations. None of us plan on changing our beliefs or losing our faith and morphing into a different person. And none of us hope our partners will change beyond recognition. BUT IT HAPPENS! What are you going to do when it does? I talk with people about this all the t...
Tags: Marriage, Religion, Cartoons, Deconstruction


Celebrations as Taiwan becomes first in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage – video

Thousands of LGBT rights supporters gather across Taiwan to celebrate the passage of legislation giving gay couples the right to marry. Taiwan is the first of any Asian state to legalise same-sex marriage, a move that will allow gay couples to enter into 'exclusive permanent unions' and apply for marriage registration with government agencies• Taiwan becomes first in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage Continue reading...
Tags: Asia, Marriage, Gay Marriage, World news, Taiwan, Asia Pacific, Sexuality, LGBT rights


10 Expert Tips for Sustaining a Blissful Marriage

Being bound to one another for the rest of your life may seem like a daunting possibility at first. Yet, you find millions of people around the world undergoing the ritual of marriage, vowing to share their space and their soul with each other. The thing is that the human need for companionship grows stronger with the passing times. No one wants to end up alone in a dissociating world. That is why people often go out of their way to make their marriages work. According to a famous therapist, mar...
Tags: Marriage, Relationships, Happiness, Lifehacks, Bridge the Communication Gap Face


Taiwan becomes first in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage

Supporters celebrate as legislation is passed giving gay couples right to marryTaiwan has legalised same-sex marriage, the first of any Asian state, with the passage of legislation giving gay couples the right to marry.Lawmakers on Friday comfortably passed part of a bill that would allow gay couples to enter into “exclusive permanent unions” and apply for marriage registration with government agencies. Continue reading...
Tags: Asia, Marriage, Gay Marriage, World news, Taiwan, Asia Pacific, Sexuality, LGBT rights


Taiwan parliament becomes first in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage

Hundreds of supporters gather as parliament votes for bill that specifically included the word ‘marriage’Taiwan has secured a first for Asia, reaching a landmark decision to legalise same-sex marriage, after its parliament rejected last-ditch attempts by conservative lawmakers to push a watered-down “civil-union” law.The island’s lawmakers comfortably passed a law allowing same-sex couples to form “exclusive permanent unions” and a second clause that would let them apply for a “marriage registra...
Tags: Asia, Marriage, Taiwan, Asia Pacific, LGBT rights


5 Signs You Need to Go to Couples Therapy

Couples therapy should be a consideration for any couples experiencing some of the trials that come with a serious relationship. Couples therapy is a perfect way to clear up communication issues and find a common ground. Here are some of the main signs you need to go to couples therapy . You fight more often with no sign of slowing down If you and your significant other are fighting more than ever, you might want to consider therapy. Fighting about little things usually isn’t ...
Tags: Fashion, Marriage, Relationships, Relationship, Dc, Couples Therapy, Relationships & Marriage, Marriage Advice, Relationship Advice For Women


Marijuana boosts intimacy, new research suggests

New studies suggest positive benefits of marijuana use by couples.Whether one or both use it, relationship intimacy can improve.Previous studies found that marijuana boosts sex lives. None Should you toke up to keep the fire going in your relationship? Science says "yes," with moderation, of course. Indeed, research recently published in the journal Cannabis suggests that some amount of marijuana use by couples can lead to greater feelings of intimacy.The scientists, hailing from the University ...
Tags: Health, Marriage, Sex, Relationships, Marijuana, Love, Women, Communication, Innovation, University Of Houston, Criminal Justice, University of Buffalo, American Northeast


Marijuana improves couple intimacy, new research suggests

New studies suggest positive benefits of marijuana use by couples.Whether one or both use it, relationship intimacy can improve.Previous studies found that marijuana boosts sex lives. None Should you toke up to keep the fire going in your relationship? Science says "yes," with moderation, of course. Indeed, research recently published in the journal Cannabis suggests that some amount of marijuana use by couples can lead to greater feelings of intimacy.The scientists, hailing from the University ...
Tags: Health, Marriage, Sex, Relationships, Marijuana, Love, Women, Communication, Innovation, Criminal Justice


Would You Marry Someone With Saturn In The 7th House?

“Hey Elsa, All else being equal, how would you feel about marrying someone with Saturn in the Seventh?” Boy, that’s a good question. The traditional interpretation of Saturn in the 7th house (or any other Venus Saturn exchange) is that … Read More... Continue reading Would You Marry Someone With Saturn In The 7th House? at ElsaElsa .
Tags: Marriage, Astrology, Real Life, Relating, Venus-Saturn, Saturn-in-7th, venus in Capricorn, Elsa All


How to Get Your Relationship Back on Track After a Terrible Fight

It’s not easy to bring your relationship back to equilibrium after a major fight. Even if you and your partner have come to an agreement, the arguing can really put a damper on things. It might take some time to restore the romance and affection. Here’s how you can get your relationship back on track.Read more...
Tags: Family, Fighting, Marriage, Relationships, Communication, Dating, Lifehacks


How to Get What You Deserve as a Divorcing Woman Entrepreneur

Getting divorced is especially challenging for women entrepreneurs. You need to know what your business is worth when going through a divorce.  If your business is your biggest asset, you need to... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Marriage, Blogging


A Principle That Changes Every Relationship

It’s a simple principle, but oh so important to remember. It’s a principle true in leadership and life. When you don’t remember it you fail to get the results you expect as a leader and people are frustrated with your leadership. But the same is true in so many other relationships. Here’s the principle. Write this one down. People only know what they know. It’s unfair to hold an employee accountable for something they never knew. You can’t expect your spouse to remember things you never told h...
Tags: Family, Marriage, Children, Religion, Encouragement


Eight Ways to Fireproof Your Marriage today at (in)courage

A few years ago, I told my husband I felt that someday we would be called to work with couples. I presented it as a heads-up, almost as a warning: prepare yourself. Since then, I’ve wondered what that call might look like. Is it the book I compiled, The Heart of Marriage? Is it the essential oils information I’ve shared with couples for intimacy? Will we contribute to a marriage workshop someday? Should I write more about the topic here at (in)courage? Thanks to Pinterest, social media, and the...
Tags: Marriage, Homeschooling, In)courage


Ultimatums in Married Life

When things happen in married life, whether bad or good, a common reaction is to blame (or give credit) someone else. While they may have been a contibuting factor to the result of a situation, when we fail to acknowledge our own role in life’s circumstances, we damage our own growth and chance for lasting […] The post Ultimatums in Married Life appeared first on Sexy Marriage.
Tags: Marriage, Life, Relationships, Love, Ultimatums, Relationship Design, Married Life


7 Ways to Protect Your PK – Pastor’s Kid – in Ministry

I’ve written extensively about protecting the family in ministry. My wife has occasionally guest posted about the unique role of the pastor’s wife on this blog. Some of the comments I receive are well taken. I am basically asked “What about the PK’s? Who is looking out for them? Many disappear from the church as adults.” PK = Pastor’s Kids. I hear you. I have addressed the issue generally, as a family, but I haven’t written extensively about protecting children in ministry. I am aware, however...
Tags: Family, Marriage, Children, Church, Religion, Christ, Ministry, Don


Three Tips for Lasting Love

Relationships can be complicated. Yet they can be simplified and enjoyed through avoiding common mistakes. By applying the suggestions below, we can create the kind of marriage or that most of us really want — an emotionally and spiritually fulfilling one that lasts a lifetime. Whether you’re married or single, you can foster good relationships with others by putting into practice these three tips: Tip 1: Don’t Complain. Ask Nicely for What You Want, Instead. When you feel like compla...
Tags: Psychology, Marriage, Relationships, Love, Flower, Dating, Carol, Marriage And Divorce, Jim, Carl Reiner, Estelle Reiner, Yosef Richards


Idris Elba Marries Model Sabrina Dhowre in Secret Wedding Ceremony in Morocco (PHOTOS)

Sorry ladies, but Idris Elba is officially off the market.The award-winning actor and part-time DJ married model Sabrina Dhowre in a secret ceremony Friday (Apr. 26) in Morocco.The “Luther” star and his bride were all smiles in a series of beautiful photos shared by British Vogue magazine. View this post on Instagram Congratulations to newlyweds #IdrisElba and #SabrinaDhowre who exchanged vows in Morocco on April 26 2019. Celebrations were ...
Tags: Photos, Celebs, Marriage, Pop Culture, Weddings, Jazz, Idris Elba, Love & Marriage, New Celebrity Couples, Celebrity Marriages, Celebrity Weddings, Celebrity Relationships, Sabrina Dhowre, Secret Weddings


How I Officiated a Wedding

I was honored to officiate a wedding recently for some friends. As I prepared for the duties, I reflected on the number of weddings I’ve attended where, by the end of all the festivities, I couldn’t answer two basic questions: Who is the other person in the marriage? I know one person in the partnership really well, presumably. What’s the life story of the guy/gal who’s marrying my friend? Why are these two people getting married to each other? What’s the essence of their dynamic? Based on thi...
Tags: New York, Marriage, Relationships, Sales, Buddha


Property Rights: House Settlement

My question involves marriage law for the State of: Missouri This may not be listed under the correct category. I want to sell the large house we purchased 15 years ago. The overhead of maintaining the place and the "status" of the neighborhood is too expensive as move towards retirement. My husband refuses to consider the sale of look at the long term cost or consider downsizing. We moved there from a small home in an urban mixed neighborhood not for the status but the needs of the family a...
Tags: Marriage, Law, Cohabitation and Civil Unions


How to Manage Household Finances After Your Spouse Dies

Few people want to consider what might happen after the death of a spouse, but it’s an inevitability that many of us will have to prepare for—and for widows or widowers who aren’t prepared, the period immediately after a spouse’s death can be a financial nightmare. Read more...
Tags: Personal Finance, Death, Marriage, Money, Finances, Lifehacks, Spouse, Widow


Wife presents husband with list of 40 reasons why he’s gay after he says sex with her makes him sad

"I wasn't having normal reactions that you would normally have after having sex," he recalled. "I wasn't happy. I was sad."
Tags: Reality TV, Marriage, Life, Lifestyle, Gay, Lifetime, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Married At First Sight, Kate Sisk, Luke Cuccurullo


Emotional Intelligence: A Tool for Change  

  Why do we consider emotional intelligence to be half of the Prophetic intellect? The answer lies in the word “messenger.” Messengers of Allah are tasked with the divine responsibility of conveying to humanity the keys to their salvation. They are not only tasked with passing on the message but also with being a living example of that message. When ʿĀʾishah, the wife of the Prophet ﷺ, was asked to explain the character of the blessed Prophet ﷺ, her reply was, “His character was the Qurʾān. [1...
Tags: Books, Leadership, Marriage, Education, Parenting, Relationships, Israel, Religion, Development, Culture, Islam, Men, Manners, Prophet, Muslims, Emotional Intelligence


Andrew Sullivan seems to have derived inspiration from the "Goofus and Gallant" children's comic strip.

From "Is Pete Buttigieg a Transformational Candidate?":Trump is a pathological, malevolent narcissist from New York, breaking all sorts of norms. Buttigieg is a modest, reasonable pragmatist, and a near parody of normality. Trump thrives on a retro heterosexual persona; Buttigieg appears to be a rather conservative, married homosexual. Trump is a coward and draft dodger; Buttigieg served his country. Trump does not read; Buttigieg does. Trump’s genius is demonic demagoguery. Buttigieg’s gig is c...
Tags: Europe, Comics, Same-sex Marriage, New York, Marriage, Law, Wikipedia, Trump, Gallant, Normal, Sullivan, Buttigieg, Andrew Sullivan, Ann Althouse, Religion And Politics, Christian Trump


4 Signs Your Marriage Needs Work

Nobody goes into a marriage thinking about the day it might end. Despite your expectations of a life spent together, the fact is that divorce is all too common. Despite the best intentions and hopes, not all marriages last a lifetime, and that means being aware of the signs that your relationship is not going to work out for the future. The earlier that you recognize the signs of a failing marriage, the easier and faster it will be to resolve issues before it’s late. If you recognize a...
Tags: Fashion, Marriage, Relationships, Divorce, Relationship, Partner, Don, Counseling Services, Counselor, Counseling, Relationships & Marriage, Marriage Advice, Relationship Advice For Women, Married Couple


Helping When Help Isn’t Really Wanted

The scene is a couple driving in the car on the way to dinner: Silence for several minutes. “What’s wrong?” “Nothing.” A few more minutes of silence passed, “I know something is wrong. What’s going on?” “Nothing! Jeez, what am I doing?” “That’s just it! You’re not doing or saying anything, and now you’re biting […] The post Helping When Help Isn’t Really Wanted appeared first on Sexy Marriage.
Tags: Marriage, Life, Love, Help, Helping, Relationship Design, Married Life


How To Work Through Financial Conflicts In Your Marriage

Creating a thriving marriage takes work. Working through marriage money conflicts will help you work towards youf financial future together. The post How To Work Through Financial Conflicts In Your Marriage appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Chris Roane. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Tags: Budget, Marriage, Relationships, Marketing, Chris Roane


Do I Need to Divorce My Boyfriend to Marry Him Again

This is related to my previous question ~ https://www.expertlaw.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=241609 I married my bf when he was still married to his wife. He successfully got a divorce from her. We were planning to get married again. But I was told I needed to divorce him to marry him again. Is this correct/necessary? Since my first wedding/marriage to him was void already? Thanks in advance
Tags: Marriage, Law, Cohabitation and Civil Unions


Wife devastated after decade spent trying to pray her husband’s gay away proves futile

"We were both under the assumption we would be able to pray the gay away," Ali Anne says.
Tags: Family, Marriage, Life, Religion, Lifestyle, Pray The Gay Away, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Ali Anne


Helping Your Kids Through The Divorce Process

Getting divorced is an awful experience and if there are kids involved then it becomes infinitely more difficult. As a solicitor that specialises in family law I have seen this happen on numerous occasions and there is very rarely a time when things go ‘well’. What is most important during the divorce however is not the feelings of the parents, at least not primarily, but rather the wellbeing of the children. Unlike the adults, the children of divorce had no part to play in the separation of the...
Tags: Food, Marriage, Parents, Children, Divorce, Divorced, United Front Whether