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Vintage Mag Offers Insight On The Husband-Hunting Tactics Of Yore

Dating has come a long way since the 1950's. We've been blessed by what sometimes feels like too much technology, and being able to scroll through hundreds of prospective suitors in just a few minutes. Singles back in the day really didn't have these luxuries. Meeting "the one" involved a lot more time, energy and though. Facebook user Kim Marx-Kuczynski shared proof of this in the form of a 1958 McCall's magazine. The classic women's magazine, which folded in 2002, covered topics such as news, fashion - and some seriously funny relationship advice. This piece, which is geared at helping women find a husband, shows a starkly different dating game than we're used to. And it's terrifically funny to boot.

Funny excerpts from 1958 mccall's magazine about how to find a husband | 129 ways get husband Continued page 29 14 Be nice everybody-they may have an eligible brother or son. 15 Get government job overseas. 16 Volunteer jury duty. 17 Be friendly ugly men-hand- some is as handsome does. 18 Tell friends are terested getting married. Don't keep secret. 19 Get lost at football games. 20 Don't take job company run largely by women.
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Couples Counselors Reveal What Toxic Relationships Look Like

Every romantic relationship is put to the test when conflict inevitably arises. There's nothing inherently wrong with conflict—but the relationship can quickly fall apart if healthy communication, trust, and boundaries are lacking. One redditor asked couples counselors to share their experiences with toxic relationships that were beyond help. We've collected some of the most interesting responses from both therapists and former patients who talk about all the common red flags that point to a relationship's failure. 

couples therapy, red flag, toxic relationships, relationships, ask reddit, therapy, couples counseling, marriage, family, advice, relationship advice, divorce, breakup, comments, toxic, psychology | threerottenbranches 2d 3 1 Award Contempt experience true contempt one relationship know is usually over. Look towards peaceful ending at point if possible. Reply 23.7k belovetoday 2d 1 Award Ah, contempt one Dr. John Gottman's 4 horsemen predictors divorce. Along with: Criticism, Stonewalling and
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