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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka - How To Survive An Affair

How To Survive An Affair

Editor’s Note: This was written by a contributor who wishes to remain anonymous. To write this, I’m admitting to the world two things: I’ve been cheated on by my spouse, and, more embarrassing, I’ve also cheated....Read More
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Felicity Huffman

7 Places To Hide Love Notes

Share the love with your favorite people in your life by hiding love notes for them to find! Here are 7 great places to do just that: READ MORE

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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka - Such is Love

Such is Love

Such is Love It’s no secret that a few years into your marriage, and a couple of tax deductions later, quality time for you and your partner is a lot harder to come by....Read More
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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka - How I Met My Husband

How I Met My Husband

When my kids were little, they used to love hearing the story of how my husband and I met. I told them we were in kindergarten and we were having lunch in the sandbox. Instead of pulling my hair to...Read More
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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka - Marriage Advice From A Divorcee
Jessica Garvin

5 Pieces of Marriage Advice… From A Divorcee

When I first got married, I thought that I was supposed to abide by some pre-set all encompassing marriage rules. There were all these bits and pieces of advice that were thrown at me the year of my engagement. Aunts and Uncles and women at the store where I was choosing my place cards would just say random one liners to me; “words of wisdom” as I knew them to be. I would listen and repeat in my head, make a mental note and think Right, Got it. READ MORE

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Felicity Huffman's What The Flicka - Surviving The Holidays With Your In-Laws
Angela Keck

Surviving the Holidays with Your In-Laws

When I was first married I was painfully naïve about how my relationship with my in-laws would be over the years. I thought that getting married would mean I had an additional family! I would have two mothers, and two fathers. I would have two extra sisters! What could possibly go wrong?

And then, reality kicked me square in the head.

My in-laws didn’t regard me as family, they regarded me as an in-law. There were family pictures taken every Christmas—two sets—one with me included and one that was “just family”. READ MORE

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