Marriage, like life, is about embracing interdependence.
Marriage & Commitment
If the other partner is not interested in collaborating, cooperating, communicating… then things get dicey.
You and outside forces are engaged in a never-ending dance—working in harmony, or against each other—to motivate your spouse or partner to stay with you or leave you.
Longevity alone shouldn’t be the marker of a happy, healthy marriage.
If you’re in a relationship, especially a marriage, you have a built-in scapegoat.
Sadly, we may put our faith in someone who we fall in love with blindly and fail to ask some of these crucial questions.
First things first, you need to set a budget.
By all accounts, things probably shouldn’t have worked out.
If you really want a great marriage, you may have to end a good one.
Don’t wait until the state of your marriage is already feeling hopeless.
Does a guy automatically stop being attractive to his wife because he proves reliable and safe during their marriage?
Marriage often gets a bad rap because too many people buy into the myth that it requires you to sacrifice or compromise yourself out of existence.
I’m not yet whole or healthy, but I am on my way.
Here are 6 views on how to balance marriage and money – and keep your sanity while doing it.
Humbling oneself and confessing to the words or behavior that have caused your partner pain, upset, or harm can go a long way toward strengthening your marriage.
If fights are happening in your marriage, it’s because you are choosing to have them.