What goes through your mind when you have an argument about finances? What’s beneath our response to money in relationships? Because when there is conflict, it isn’t about the money.
Prominent research firms tell us that the top two leading causes for marital strain (and divorce) are money and sex. I think most people would agree with this statement even if it wasn’t backed by statistics.
Feel like responsibility for your shared finances isn’t as evenly-distributed as you’d like? Here are some tips for getting your partner more involved.
The good news is, you can strengthen your marriage with gratitude while staying authentic to yourself and to your partner.
While I have learned so much from marriage books, the best lessons have been learned from watching and interacting with other couples.
Special occasions like Valentine’s Day are loaded with specific expectations. Emotions can run high when a couple neglects to find a happy medium. The good news is you can work together to create a memorable experience.
One of the most prevalent topics we get questions about is sex and intimacy. And for good reason: sexual intimacy is an important part of marriage, but it also tends to be one of the most misunderstood.
God’s gifts are perfect, holy, and never so simple as to only serve one purpose or be used for one thing. The same is true for sex. Sex can also be used as a tool for worship.
We’ve never met anyone who wants to be in a sexless marriage, though that is often the reality for many couples we work with. But what are the causes for a sexless marriage and how can they be overcome?