It is not uncommon for couples to get caught in circular arguments that leave both parties feeling frustrated, and they can be predictors of the success of your union. Understanding the 4 Horsemen of communication can often help couples untangle their problems.
Divorce is a major life decision with financial and emotional consequences for all stakeholders. This is definitely one decision that nobody should make in haste. If you are on the precipice of deciding whether to continue working on your relationship or ending it, here are several points for your consideration.
The COVID-19 pandemic, and subsequent lockdown, is sparking relationship problems that are pushing couples to breaking point. This is precisely the time to deepen bonds and increase connections, rather than disengage and harbour resentment. If you have disconnected and not communicating well with your partner, here is what you need to know.
Relationships don’t flow like fairy tales. Many couples discover emotional challenges unravelling after they have been close for a while. This is when life starts throwing curveballs. Marriage counselling can help.
If you and your partner argue about money, you’re not alone. According to a recent survey, 27% of Americans said that disagreements about finances tend to erupt into full-blown arguments. This means couples fight more about money than they do about work, chores or the kids (http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/alpha-consumer/2010/10/18/the-biggest-money-mistakes-couples-make). Perhaps even more disturbing is that arguments about […]