Before you pursue a divorce, you must consider a few important things first. Can you reverse a divorce? It is one of the most common questions that you might encounter as you go through this long process. You must be sure that this is the path you would like to take if you choose to file for divorce.
Men have few close friends with whom they can find support, have fun with, and generally feel accepted by. A 2021 poll from Survey Center on American Life found that men with “no close friends” quintupled from 3% in 1990 to 15% today. Similarly, while 15% of men now report having 10+ close friends, this is significantly down from 40% in 1990. While some of this loneliness is certainly exasperated by the pandemic, a stream of studies have demonstrated a steady downward spiral over the past decade — reinforcing an already challenging social loneliness men already struggled with pre-pandemic.
Emotions can get the best of anyone, both good and bad emotions. It’s how you choose to deal with the emotions that make the difference. In relationships, especially with married couples, the old maxim “familiarity breeds contempt” couldn’t be more applicable. In a perfect world, you don’t want to say hurtful things to your partner. But love isn’t always rainbows and butterflies. When you live with someone long enough, miscommunications, disagreements, differences, and even fights could arise from time to time. Sometimes, people say things they don’t mean out of anger. So what do you do when your spouse says hurtful things in the middle of an argument? Here are some things you can do to keep the situation from going further south.
You’ve heard the word codependent thrown around plenty of times, but what does it mean in a marriage or love relationship? And what is the difference between being codependent and simply dependent on your spouse or partner? Are you in a dependent relationship?
Can you imagine what your marriage would be like if you could do three things to reignite, recharge, and revitalize your marriage? Think of the connection and compassion and love that you could light within each other before slight cracks become breaks? Your marriage and spouse are worth taking on that kind of support and contribution.
I put together a list of the three most important things you should be doing for your spouse so that you can rebuild, repair, and reignite the passion that brought you together in your marriage — stronger than ever.
All married couples go through a rough patch. Whether it’s serious or not, it is important to address the problem quickly. Undergoing couples counseling is one of the solutions available for couples that require professional help or intervention in their marriage. If you’re curious about how effective this method is, you’ve come to the right place. Take a look at the pros and cons of marriage counseling and what you can do to make it work.
All relationships and marriages go through periods when they face problems. The secret to a healthy and growing relationship is your ability to overcome these problems. The moment you turn your back on your relationship when you encounter marital issues, it will quickly fall into despair. Solving marriage problems will not only make your relationship healthier, but also more resilient.
Fights and disagreements are part of any relationship. No matter how much you get along with and love each other, fights are bound to happen at some point. Some couples seem to fight more frequently than others and a few others seem like they rarely do. How often do couples fight? And when is it no longer healthy for your relationship?
Many male-female couples start out intending to share parenting duties 50/50. However, they can quickly fall into old societal gender roles once the baby arrives, where the woman takes on much more than the man despite both spouses having full-time careers. What can couples do to ensure parenting and household duties don’t end up destroying their intimacy, and even their marriage?
Even in the best of times, marriages and love relationships take time and effort to sustain. However, the pandemic has strained even the healthiest of relationships. If you are like a lot of couples, you probably have been struggling with your partner or spouse as you both try to work, take care of your kids, cope with possible financial stressors, and fight over other pressures that cause stress, all of which may have taken a toll on your relationship.