Noel Biderman really wants you to have an affair. So much so that he has made illicit passion his life’s passion.
Lest you think Noel is just a benevolent benefactor, tirelessly working to help bring infidelity to your doorstop, I should point out that Noel is financially incentivized to encourage you to cheat on your spouse. More specifically, Noel makes money if you choose (1) to break your marriage vows, and (2) to utilize his company–Ashley Madison–to do so. Continue reading Ashley Madison’s Not-So-Sexy Secret
I blogged about The Princess Bride a few weeks ago in my post, 5 Things You Should Always Say to Your Spouse. After that post, I realized that The Princess Bride has more to say about love and relationships. Here are a few things that we can learn about love from Westley and Buttercup.
1. Act out your love.
Performing acts of service for your spouse is a great way to say “I love you.” Westley lived out this principle and earned Buttercup’s abiding love. Incidentally, the book (by William Goldman) tells us exactly what Westley was saying to Buttercup through his act of love:
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I read an article recently about the five things you should never say to your spouse. It wasn’t very good, but it did get me thinking about what things you should say.
First, a word of caution. Men, this is not meant as a license to blurt out “yes!” when your wife asks if she looks fat in those pants. Ladies, if your husband is trying in vain to find his keys and mutters, “I’m such an idiot,” that is not the time for an enthusiastic “yes!”
But in most other scenarios, “yes” is a great response. Here are a very few examples:
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