When most people think of the stereotypical date night movie, they probably imagine romantic comedies. Hunky heartthrobs, striking starlets and contrived dialogue fill the course of a very painful 90 minutes while couples sit in the movie theater’s glow. As the couple on the silver screen gazes into each other’s eyes, real-life couples might hold hands or snuggle close. It seems like a typical date night, but is it really beneficial for your relationship?
Valentine’s Day is only a couple weeks away and rumor has it Gwen Stefani’s gift has already arrived! Her Instagram account recently showed a chestnut horse with the caption, “My new bunny #bestpresentever hi Halo.” It seems Blake Shelton came prepared for Valentine’s Day this year – and is raising the bar for men everywhere!
Amal Clooney, human rights attorney and wife of actor George Clooney, recently granted NBC her first American interview. In it, she revealed she does not actually consider herself a celebrity. While dozens of paparazzi and tabloid magazines beg to differ, it does raise an interesting point: celebrities are frequently famous without ever having asked for it. Fame is not in itself an identity, but rather a byproduct of doing what you love – and being successful at it.
Kelleher International matchmakers might be the experts at helping you find love, but as it turns out our services might have a counterpart: an algorithm that can predict the future of your relationship based on the tone of your voice.
Want to live longer and enjoy a healthy, happier life? Kelleher International may be the answer. According to a new study published Monday by researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, all you need to do is improve your social life! According to some of today’s greatest scientific minds our professional matchmaking services could do more than fulfill your love life; they can improve your overall health and longevity!
When it comes to honest advice about marriage, there is no one more qualified to give advice than actual married couples. Divorce lawyers and marriage therapists can offer intellectual opinions, but relationships really have to be experienced to truly understand them. Part three of this three-part series on relationship advice seeks to offer a real-world perspective for making relationships work even when high-powered careers get in the way.
Falling in love is a beautiful thing, but staying in love can be something else altogether. Many couples find they are good at starting relationships, but the magic fizzles once they start going steady or finally “put a ring on it.” The first segment of this three-part series exploring love and keeping the magic alive discussed relationship advice from divorce lawyers. This week we will explore advice from marriage counselors who have seen countless couples in conflict seek ways to rekindle the romance they once had.
News outlets have reported that Mark Zuckerberg is scheduled to take two months of paternity leave. Zuckerberg is currently expecting a baby girl with his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan. The couple have not yet shared their due date, but it is clear they are very excited parents and look forward to giving their daughter plenty of time with her parents. Zuckerberg’s announcement does raise the question: is parental leave something employees are entitled to or should it simply be a matter of whether or not a person is lucky enough to work for the right company?
Most of us have heard about the self-made billionaire Tony Robbins. His bestselling books, Unlimited Power, Awaken the Giant Within and Money: Master the Game have enlightened thousands of readers across the globe and contributed to Robbins’ career as a motivational speaker. His theory of neuroassociative conditioning has helped great leaders like Bill Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev and Princess Diana overcome their fears and accomplish more than they ever thought possible. Despite having a troubled childhood and lack of a college education, Robbins built a successful career and inspires thousands on a regular basis. While Robbins’ primary focus is on business strategy and financial management, his concepts are easily applied to building healthy, happy relationships.
“I’m convinced that about half of what separated the successful entrepreneurs from the non-successful ones is pure perseverance.”
The Apple Empire dominates the tech world even today, so one can’t help but wonder if Steve Jobs was right about what makes an entrepreneur successful. But what if this same concept was applied to relationships? Our matchmakers believe perseverance is part of what sets successful relationships apart from failed ones. From the time spent looking for that date to the actual hurdles that come between even the closest of partners, cool heads and a lot of patience are necessary to persevere as a couple. Replace the word “entrepreneurs” with the word “relationships,” and you can see how Jobs’ wisdom can be applied in your own life. So, what other love lessons can you learn from the tech visionary?
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