NY1 Money Experts Say When it Comes to Marriage, it Pays to Talk NY1 "Even though you want to believe that marriage is all about love and butterflies and all those good things, finances should be one of the first things you should consider before...
This is a guest post from Farnoosh Torabi. If you earn more than your husband, you’re more likely to be the primary decision-maker on money matters and take charge of things like paying bills, budgeting, saving, and planning for retirement.
There are thousands of posts online about “how to communicate” in marriage and how to argue in a healthy way. But what if you want to be truly terrible at it? Where do you turn for advice? Well, friends, you’ve come to the right place!
As I thought about writing this post, I asked Susan to share with me an example of something I’ve done to cause her to be bitter in our marriage. She explained how there are times when I tell her she needs to stop using unkind words, only for me...
It’s Wednesday, the day when we always talk marriage! Today please welcome Arlene Pellicane, author of 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Wife, as she shares great insight into how we choose to spend our time as a couple (and as a family).
People see infidelity as an unforeseen natural disaster that went undetected on the radar screen; it came without warning. However, the reality is that you can often see it coming and there are things you can do to safeguard your marriage.
A recent study suggests that married couples will have more sex and be less likely to divorce if they assume more traditional gender roles where the husband does 40 percent of the housework and the wife earns 40 percent of the income.
Loyalty in marriage is vital in order for it to thrive, but sometimes we have the tendency to put the kids or our extended family before our marriage and thus, cracks slowly start to take place in our marital union.
Various marriage bloggers have done sex challenges, asking couples to try having sex every day for a week, ten days, or even a month. These have their merits, and couples have gained from these challenges, but I see a problem.