For many of us, Christmas is anticipated with both joy and anxiety. We love the celebrations, the family traditions, and cherish the memories of holidays gone by. But, we add the stresses of preparation, expectations, and the fear of letdowns or family squabbles. These dynamics make it challenging to rally up for a new Christmas season.
Some years back, I was in the midst of a “discussion” with my wife when I realized I was using the same techniques I’d taught a team of support reps earlier that day. In that moment, I learned a life lessons that has since altered my business and marriage.
Most men do not fully understand what sex means to them, and therefore cannot communicate their desires. Many women believe “he just wants more sex.” They miss the fact that, for men, sex is more about feeling desired than about the physical act.
My husband and I aren’t cheapskates—but we do love saving money. When we can combine saving money with traveling, it feels like were getting away with something. For our travels, there are three things my husband and I have taken into consideration: location, season and friends.
It’s one thing to ignore opposing political opinions when they’re coming from the internet or co-workers. But it’s much harder to have a political divide when it’s your spouse! So how do you deal with a politically-divided marriage?
Life is busy. We used to think that the next season of life would be less hectic, less stressful, less busy than our current season. Life doesn’t seem to get less busy with time; it only picks up steam. It is easy to go days, weeks and even months without intentionally connecting with your husband or wife.
Did you know that 20 percent of divorces involve Facebook? As a former social media manager and avid Facebook user, I’m not surprised by that statistic.
To combine, or not to combine? It’s a tough decision for many newly-married couples. Consider these pros and cons, and find out where this couple ended up.
One of the most difficult issues to face in your marriage is the realization that one of you resents the other. This can be a devastating revelation, but it doesn’t mean you can’t overcome these intimacy-killing emotions.