Put as directly as possible – no. No it isn’t. …But this isn’t a simple question. What’s the fight about? How old are the kids? Do the young ones even understand what’s going on? Frankly, none of those questions matter. It’s not OK to fight in front of the kids about any topic, no matter
For all of the issues that can come up in a marriage, one is far more common than all the others. It’s something each and every one of us has to deal with. We all stress about it… The problem is MONEY. No matter how much (or how little) we seem to make, the problems
In our last post, we dug into three things couples fight about that can highlight much deeper problems in your marriage. These argument topics should serve as warning signs that larger issues are at play – and that your relationship could be in serious trouble if you don’t do something about it. Today, we’ll cover
Pretty much all couples fight from time to time. Having disagreements or arguments doesn’t mean the relationship is falling apart or that you aren’t a good couple… But not all “fights” are created equal. Some arguments can indicate much larger, much deeper problems that need to be addressed if your marriage is going to survive.
While every couple’s marriage is unique, sometimes people face problems that others can learn from. With this in mind, we wanted to share a question we recently received - in case you’re experiencing something similar (or know someone who is). Question: I’m confused. My husband has a short temper and gets angry at the littlest
It’s hard to turn anywhere recently without being bombarded with some kind of political talk… It’s all over the news, all over social media… It’s likely what your friends and coworkers are talking about… And even if you’re really into this kind of stuff, it can be a little exhausting – especially because there seems
No matter how careful or connected they may be, couples fight sometimes – it’s just a reality of being in a long-term relationship. We can’t expect to see eye to eye on every single thing, to never make a mistake and upset our spouse, to never fall victim to being snappy or short tempered with
Trust is a foundational, essential component of any healthy marriage. Over time, however, couples can begin to chip away at the trust they once held for one another when they decided to get married – whether through suspicious or closed off behavior, or simply because of lack of communication and a dwindling sense of connection
From the get go, this is a tough question to ask… There are so many variables to consider… What exactly do we mean by fighting? Does it matter what age the kids are? Do the kids even understand what you’re fighting about?
Of all the things that can come between people, of all the reasons tensions flare and couples fight – from petty little things to major blowouts – one thing is at the center of more arguments than anything else: