Top Choices for February: The Love Month

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Each month I find myself amazed and humbled as you regularly take the time to read my little rants and encouragements.  You make this blog what it is.  If for some reason you missed something and you want to see it, I’ve put together a list of top posts from the past month.

I call this past month “The Love Month” because that was my chosen theme for the month and you seemed to enjoy it.  It’s so exciting to share with you our first guest contributor, Chana Keefer.  To your credit and hers, she made it into the top 10 with her article “One Thing.” It’s definitely worth taking the time to check out.

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Top 10 posts from February:

1.  Pucker Up and K.I.S.S. Your Spouse, But Use Service

2.  Fear and the Cold Shower

3.  One Thing

4.  Outrageous Statistics on Marriage

5.  How to Face the Stormy Days of Marriage

6.  How to Talk So He will Listen

7. Prove It

8.  The Fate of Marriage and Proposition 8

9.  Who was St. Valentine and What Can We Learn from Him?

10.Take a Love Test and Become a Better Lover


Coming next month, JOY (in life, in marriage, in parenting, even in social media)

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About Paula Whidden

Wife, mom, author, speaker, former full-time youth and children's pastor turned stay-at-home-mom. Paula created to help people see and understand how our choices affect our destination in life, in marriage, in parenting and in social media. Paula wrote "25 Days 'Til Christ: An Advent Devotional for the Family" now available on She is currently working on her second book to strengthen marriages.