Points to ponder are the areas of life and relationships that you may have thought about but forgot to ask. Are there things you wish you had done differently in your previous marriage that you have learned your lesson about? Here are some of life’s points to ponder. You have learned these lessons so maybe others can as well. Remember, time heals everything if we give it a chance too.
The value of a sister/brother
Who doesn't have one.
The value of ten years:
Ask a newly
The value of four years:
Ask a graduate.
The value of one year:
Ask a student who
Has failed a final exam.
The value of nine months:
Ask a mother who gave birth to a stillborn.
The value of one month:
Ask a mother
Who has given birth to
A premature baby.
The value of one Read more [...]
And this same God who takes care of me will supply all your needs from his glorious riches, which have been given to us in Christ Jesus. (NLT) ( Philippians 4:19 )
Do you look towards luck or superstition to have an impact on your circumstances? Don't you want more than a random chance of good fortune? God has a purpose in our lives and everything happens for a reason. It's always to draw your heart closer to Him. Work on uncrossing your fingers and instead say a prayer. There's Read more [...]
Please read my Editors Note at the end of this article.
Why do Some Married Women Find it Acceptable to Poke Fun at Their Husbands in Public?
By Gint Aras
I noticed that several married women I know on Facebook posted this joke on their timelines in recent days:
Woman’s Ass Size Study
There is a new study about women and how they feel about their asses. The results are very interesting.
10% of women think their ass is too skinny
30% of women think Read more [...]
By Noah Brand editor-in-chief of the Good Men Project
It’s true, men are complicated and confusing. Noah Brand clears up five common misconceptions.
The title is, to be fair, an overgeneralization. These things are not universally true of all men, and there definitely are women out there who know and understand some or all of them. By and large, though, these are five areas where communication between the two most popular genders tends to break down on grounds of incomprehension. Women, Read more [...]
"What Does Love Mean?" See How 4-8 Year-Old Kids Describe Love
By:Ladan Lashkari RedSoft.com
A group of professional people posed this question to a group of 4 to 8 year-olds: "What does love mean?"
The answers they got were broader and deeper than anyone could have imagined. See what you think...
"When my grandmother got arthritis, she couldn't bend over and paint her toenails anymore. So my grandfather does it for her all the time, even when his hands got arthritis Read more [...]
A separated woman recalls teasing and insulting her husband in front of others.
Reading Gint Aras’ The Butt of the Marriage Joke, about wives who make fun of husbands online, got me thinking and remembering. Posting tasteless memes seemed like child’s play compared to what I used to unleash on my partner.
I am a separated 32 year old woman. I used to bash my partner verbally, in his presence and with an audience. I was the purveyor of silly jokes about men and husbands, thinly Read more [...]
Here’s your chance to share your stories and photos on DASNM.com. You need not be a professional writer.
The most important thing to know is this: to be published in DASNM.com, your piece must be told as a story — as a narrative (as if you are telling your friend) — it must be your original work and no ex-bashing. DASNM.com is maintained by a small team so we ask your help when submitting stories. Please let us know what category you feel you article would fit best in.
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If you are in a relationship that is violent, and remember violence is not just physical but also mental and emotional, then seek help when you are able. The Hotline is a national domestic violence help line. Their number is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).