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Game-Changing Weekend Links (it’s all about love)

By February 20, 2015 2 Comments
from thisheartomine

from thisheartomine

Are you having a good month of February love? When I stop coughing, I know the man of the house is going to like me a whole lot more. sorry, honey bunny. 

I’ve read some good stuff on love this month. Interestingly, the more I study the brain, the more I understand “the heart.” Anatomically, the hearts beats, but it’s the brain that falls in love and keeps that love going strong. Here are some favorite love reads for your weekend perusal….

The anti-loveLetting Your Teenager Read or Watch “Fifty Shades of Grey” is a Terrible Idea. I couldn’t agree more.

#1 New York Times Bestselling author, Richard Paul Evans shares The One Questions That Saved His Marriage. It’s a really good love question.

Okay, it’s an insurance ad, but I love it so much!

If you think texting during dinner isn’t having an impact on your love life, think again. A  2014 study from Brigham Young University found 70 percent of heterosexual women felt smartphones were harming their love relationships. Researchers dubbed this phenomenon “technoference.”

A parent’s love: Elizabeth Smart shares the one crucial detail that helped her escape.

I want to love more like a grandmother loves. Writer Katrina Kenison tells a beautiful story that’s stuck with me.

If you really love somebody, maybe running is the best way to show it. You Gotta Read About Betty. Oh, I heart her.

One more: Exercising Our Kindness Muscles by yours truly.

Have a great weekend, lovies!



  • Nina says:

    Oooh, some really good ones here to check out.

  • Julia Tomiak says:

    Amy, these are beautiful pieces that brought tears to my eyes. My hubby and I don’t fight much, but sometimes I get grumbly. I’m going to remember the Evans article when I feel tempted to get snitty.
    Happy Birthday my wonderful, inspiring day. I hope you have a year full of blessings.

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