Category: Marriage

Marriage Can Win

By Eric & Dr. Sakeisha Hylick We are so excited about your journey. Whether you are considering marriage, are recently married or have been married for quite some time, we want your marriage to WIN! As a couple we have spent the last 10+ years of our 18 year marriage empowering husbands and wives to […]

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His, Hers & Ours: Blending the Family Marriage with Ten Step-Parenting Challenges and Solutions

By Etienne A. Gibbs, BA, MSW Preparing for the wedding date is such a joyful and stressful experience! For most single couples entering into their first marriage, the love they have for each other carries them through the joys and the stresses. Not quite so easy for either partner who will bring their children into […]

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The Role of the Groom in Your Caribbean Wedding

By John Lindholm So you’ve decided to have a destination wedding on the US Virgin Islands in St. Croix. Fantastic choice! A Caribbean wedding is romantic and memorable, but requires a lot of planning and coordination. The going joke is that the bride plans 90% of the wedding, and while that just may be true, […]

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Tips for Writing Your Own Wedding Vows

By Annamaria Heyliger-Hector Wedding vows used to be based only on tradition, a solemn promise, an expression of love and commitment but times have changed. The length of a ceremony is based on the culture and the order of events, which is up to the couple. A few examples of ceremonies are religious, traditional, civil, […]

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Tips to Make Your Marriage Work

By  Annamaria Heyliger-Hector, MEd, CWS As an officiant and life coach, I counsel and share information with couples that are about to embark on a most important decision; marriage. I usually have a testimony and suggest tips about what can prevent a lifetime of angst and heart break because souls were not searched. Making a […]

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After the Honeymoon comes the Moneymoon

By Rae Russell Prior to getting married, have you ever sat down with your fiance and discussed finances? Have you talked about how you will combine your incomes or how you will pay your bills? Have you talked about your saving and investing goals, your beliefs about money, your spending habits, your debts and credits? […]

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Professionals in Caribbean Wedding Destinations

By Nicola Robbins Weddings are a common phenomena in the world. Almost everyone tries to make it a special occasion. Therefore, it is absolutely necessary to find the most perfect wedding professionals to arrange such ceremonies, because it is said to be the ceremony of a lifetime. In the US, same-sex marriages were recently made […]

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Nuptials for the New Mindset

By Geri Simpson With the new ruling and much conversation about same sex marriages, the topic of “What this could mean for planners and destinations,” has also come about. It has been my experience that if you are a planner with the right attitude it could mean lots of business. By right attitude I mean […]

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One Love

By Randy S. Germain “Love,” it comes in so many ways! Mankind – Womankind, they belong, everywhere. No state or US territories shall deprive any person or persons male, female, gay or straight the right of life, liberty and justice without due process of Equal Protection of Law.  Same – Sex marriage is the law, […]

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From Japan to My Virgin Islands Wedding on to the Olympics

By Laverne Jones-Ferrette I’ve known Stephen since my teen years. I would see him daily at Baptist Youth functions and I found him to be cute. At the time he was seeing someone else and I was seeing someone else also; so he was just eye candy. Fast forward about ten years later. I came […]

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