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Financial Goal Setting With Your Spouse

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Patty Moore of Working Mother Life. For many couples, money is a major source of tension within a relationship. In fact, in a 2017 survey, 49 percent of all respondents considered money to be the most […]

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For the Love of Money: Couples and Finances

By: Barry Steelman, AIF® If you do a simple search on the topic of relationships and finances, you’ll come across countless sobering statistics. For example, you’ll find that money is the primary reason for arguments between couples, with many couples averaging three […]

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10 Little Things Connected Couples Do

You agreed to stick it out through sickness and health and for richer or poorer, but marital vows don't address the other big things that can untie your knot—boredom, feeling out of touch, or worse, platonic friendship instead of an in-love […]

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New Beginnings

By: Jay &  Laura Laffoon, jayandlaura.com Are you as 100% disciplined as you’d like to be in your marriage? We figure most of you would answer “NO”. The devastating answer is that you ARE as 100% disciplined as you will EVER be!  You are 100% disciplined […]

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The Science of Syncing: Why Date Night Matters

By: www.datenightguide.com   Whether you’re looking at scientific research or anecdotal evidence, a strong case can be made that couples are happier and more connected when they spend quality time together. But let’s be honest ─ it’s not always easy to carve out […]

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5 Tips to Fortify Your Partnership

by Daryl Fletcher Relationship Strategist & Life Coach www.LoveLogisticsCircle.com   Because all relationships grow and change over time, even if you have a great relationship, there may be times when you feel like your bond could be stronger. Consider these tips to fortify your partnership: Take […]

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The One Thing 11 Relationship Experts Think You Should Know About Your Partner Before Marrying Them

By: Carolyn Steber Before getting married, it's important to come to several layers of understanding with your partner. Obviously you'll want to discuss where you think you'd like to live, as well as fun things like how often you'd like to go […]

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How to Blend Your Finances After Marriage

by Chelsy Meyer You’ve said, “I do,” you’ve blended your families, and you’ve accepted dealing with each other forever, no matter what. Now it’s time to put those vows to the test and live your lives together as a unit. Blending […]

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Millennial Mind: Marriage Affected by Mindset

by Dr. Mike Ronsisvalle, for Florida Today   Let’s take a little marriage quiz to get a quick check on the status of your relationship. Think back to the early days of dating and consider what it was like to date, fall in […]

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Can Simply Being Positive Improve Your Relationship?

from National Healthy Marriage Resource Center The impact of positive thinking has been touted by generations of business leaders, athletes, psychologists, and self-help gurus. One would think with all the emphasis on positive thinking, we would be flooded with positive thoughts. […]

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