“When we enter a relationship we often expect how we connected to remain the same. But the things that connect us can change over time,” according to Erik R. Benson, MSW, LCSW, a private therapist in the Chicago and North Suburbs area.
In order to keep any relationship healthy, it's important to try new activities together to keep from falling into a rut. But that can be hard to do if your middle name isn't Moneybags. Luckily we've rounded up 30 dates under $30 that'll put the spice back into a relationship without making wallets cry.
VIDEO: Swiffer couple Lee and Morty a delightful picture of marriage and old age Hamilton Spectator When the two married, she moved into his ranch house and set about sprucing up the place and making room for their blended family.
Every marriage takes work. Every marriage has issues. And, over time, in every marriage your tight bond as a couple may loosen. Having a marriage meeting — where you discuss everything from chores to challenges — can help.
Blended family, bending finances Winnipeg Free Press TIPS for merging finances for blended families: Psychologist Dr. Moira Somers offers some steps to melding the money successfully for a more harmonious union of two family units.
Consider marrying young. Be wary of grand passions. Watch 'Groundhog Day' (again). Charles Murray offers some tips on how to live to the fullest, adapted from his new book, 'The Curmudgeon's Guide to Getting Ahead.'
Love, Actually New York Times College-educated millennials in particular view it as a “capstone” to their lives rather than as a “cornerstone,” according to a report whose sponsors include the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia.
“Many programs have been launched to help newlyweds survive the transition to marriage, with most designed to help the young couples master certain relationship skills,” the researcher reported. “When we started this study, ...
Marriage Counseling: Does It Help Or Not? Huffington Post For instance, in an article entitled "Marriage Counseling Made My Relationship Worse," the author leads with: "Does anyone have a good experience with marriage counseling?
Brenda Elliott's insight:
Couple needs to do the work- takes effort & willingness to hear/ and change the way you interact
Trenton, N.J., Jan 8, 2014 / 02:02 am (CNA/EWTN News).- A new survey shows an increase in likely U.S. voters who see marriage as a religious institution, with a majority now holding this view. Rasmussen Reports' Dec.
Brenda Elliott's insight:
Do you see marriage as a civil or religious institution?