How to Watch “Married at First Sight” season 15, new episodes
Stream new episodes of Married at First Sight every Wednesday at 8/7c on Lifetime, available on Philo and DIRECTV Stream. Critics’ Choice Award-winning Lifetime series Married at First Sight follows a group of romantics for a reality TV social experiment. Throughout each season, the newlyweds get to know each other and assess their compatibility. At the end of each pair’s emotional journey, they are faced with an important decision: to stay married or pursue a divorce. Watch Married at First Sight every Wednesday at 8/7c on Lifetime.mlive.com
Bulgarian Pomaks keep traditional wedding rite alive
The marriage of Nefie Eminkova, 21, and her fiancé Schaban Kiselov, 24, is an extravaganza of bright colours, flowers, feasting and dancing. But the bride, who comes from Bulgaria's Pomak minority, can see none of it. Her eyes must remain tightly closed until a Muslim priest blesses the couple. The newly-weds are following an age-old traditional winter wedding rite that their tiny community, nestled in the southern Rhodope mountains, was forced to abandon during communist era but has been revived since the fall of the regime in 1989. The ritual spans across two whole days, starting with a lavish display of the bride's dowry. It comprises "everything you can think of" that a new family might need, Nefie explains.news.yahoo.com
Here are some of the biggest money mistakes for couples
Is your significant other making money mistakes that are affecting you? If your significant other is making a money mistake that’s affecting you, then you’ll want to take a look at these tips. “Couples fight over money more than other things like chores, what’s for dinner and togetherness,” said money savings expert Andrea Woroch. Money can be a big source of strife with your significant other, especially if you don’t do this:“The first common mistake I see a lot of couples make when it comes to money is postponing the ‘money talk,’” said Woroch. And set aside free money in your budget so each of you have a spending account.
Detroit Love Stories: 3 more local love stories to warm your heart
To celebrate, we wanted to share some amazing love stories from local couples. This is all part of our new Detroit Love Stories Newsletter, which will feature stories like this one, along with dating advice, guest blogs and more. Floating the right boatNatalie B. writes: My husband and I met in 2015 while in Chicago. She is still the love of my life and we’re still on our honeymoon after all these years. Sign up for the Detroit Love Stories Newsletter below:
Detroit Love Stories: 3 local love stories to warm your heart
It’s coming up -- and to celebrate, we wanted to share some amazing love stories from local couples. AdI didn’t know at that time he was thinking the same thing. I didn’t know what I was thinking. He wasn’t mad but he said me “If you don’t want to go I totally understand.” “No I want to go I really really do. I really didn’t think much about it.
Looking for love (stories) -- share yours!
“Love is patient, love is kind. Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth. Love never fails.”-- 1 Corinthians 13You’ve probably heard this Bible verse many times at weddings or perhaps an engagement or anniversary party -- anywhere love is being celebrated. Likely the best way to understand love is to live it and listen to each other’s love stories. We’d like to hear your love stories to help us all get a better picture of what love is and what it means.
Had enough? You can win a free divorce in Michigan
TROY, Mich. – Valentine’s Day is approaching, but for any Michiganders who aren’t feeling the love, there may be hope yet: A free divorce is up for grabs. Goldman & Associates, a law firm based out of Troy, is giving away a free divorce to a Michigan-based couple in hopes of helping someone who may not otherwise be able to afford the legal fees. One winner will be chosen at random to have their divorce case handled by the firm free of charge. 🚨 Michigan Divorce Giveaway! To enter, individuals must send their name, phone number, email address and a brief explanation of why they should win a free divorce.
Celebrate your spouse
Tomorrow is National Spouses Day. In celebration we gathered a group of Live In The D friends to talk about the joys, and challenges of life with their spouse. Jason Carr sat down with Mary Liz Curtin, owner of Leon Lulu and Three Cats Restaurant in Clawson, Vanessa Cohen, co-owner of the Cohen Brand, and Movie Reviewer Greg Russell. Between all three of them, they have more than 50 years of life experience being married to their spouse. The group talked about everything from whether opposites attract, to strategies to reconciling marital disagreements, to what it takes to have a long successful relationship with your spouse.
Metro Detroit couple celebrates 70 years of marriage and more
DETROIT – Sam and Faith Strong will celebrate 70 years of marriage next month and while COVID-19 prevented them from holding a party, they still found ways to celebrate. Faith was 17 when they married in 1940 and Sam was 24. They said they’ve had their ups and downs, but they’re still partners. You can watch Paula Tutman’s full story in the video above. To help the Strongs celebrate, you can send cards toSam and Faith:70 Years StrongC/o Denise Harris5119 Highland Road PMB 207Waterford , MI 48327
How could same-sex marriage affect 2016?
Ruth Marcus of the Washington Post, Peter Baker of The New York Times, Kim Strassel of The Wall Street Journal and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson talk about the same-sex marriage Supreme Court case and its impact on the 2016 presidential racecbsnews.com