Posts Tagged ‘magazine’

Eight habits to strengthen every marriage

From the Family Foundations archives ****  There’s a lot of confusion about what separates happy couples from unhappy couples. For instance, you might be surprised to know that happy couples argue about as often as unhappy couples and are about as good at solving problems! The real difference between marriage masters and marriage disasters is that happy…

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OSV nails it with magazines for young adults

I’m one of three millennials in my office and the only one in marketing. So it shouldn’t have surprised me a couple of weeks ago when my boss handed me two thick young adult magazines and asked me to review them. But it did. I’m not really a magazine person. I love the idea of…

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“Verily” refreshing magazine for young women

Our society certainly seems intent on pressing on women the seemingly impossible task of “looking good all the time.” With the glamorization of things like the Victoria’s Secret fashion show and a cultural fascination with celebrities that somehow look like porcelain dolls, it can be difficult being a young woman constantly surrounded by this body scrutiny. Magazines…

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Women’s magazines – Love ’em or hate ’em?

Verily has broken new ground in women’s magazines, and we were grateful for our chance to feature Verily’s co-founder Janet Sahm in the March/April 2014 issue of Family Foundations. But, evidently, it hasn’t been an easy road. Weeks after our interview, and just as our issue was about to be mailed, Verily subscribers received this message…

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Share your comments on all things postpartum!

The November-December 2011 issue of Family Foundations is hitting mailboxes now, and it tackles one of the toughest times to practice NFP: the postpartum months with their often uncertain or confusing fertility signs. Several articles invite readers to go online and share their own thoughts, experiences and advice for others who may be navigating those…

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