Most of us have a decent idea of what it means to have a healthy marriage in terms of finances or religion. But have you thought about having a healthy marriage when it comes to taking care of your physical body?
We are creatures of routine and can often find ourselves stuck in these bad cycles of either fighting, being too busy, or not having the right expectations. The only way to create new habits to build a stronger connection in your marriage is to become proactive. Here...
As we have traveled this road to health, my wife and I have begun working out together on a regular basis. These workouts have become my favorite part of the week. And when I stop to think about it, there are five key benefits to these sweat dates with my wife.
The Love Bike™ is the first of its kind—a stationary tandem bicycle where two riders face one another while they exercise. The patented touch screen monitor not only displays your heart rate and calories burned, but also prompts you with custom messages to tell your loved one.
You open your banking app and there it is, that number you’ve been mentally spending for the last two weeks. Your tax refund has arrived. Now, what to do with it?
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.