More couples are complaining that work is always winning. It seems like having any work/life balance is some unattainable fantasy.
Some of the biggest hot-button issues in marriages today involve each spouse’s career. Work is a major part of each individual’s life, and it can be challenging to balance work and career needs while maintaining a healthy, happy marriage. Couples often find themselves in the midst of conflict over the jobs of one or both spouses.
Over the years, we’ve learned how to support each other’s goals and career aspirations. With that being said, I want to give you a glimpse of how we make it all work.
Do you remember your first fight as a married couple? I remember ours clear as day—because it was on our honeymoon. It was the first time we had travelled alone together and, subsequently, the first time we figured out we weren’t good at traveling together. I remember...
Social media isn’t intrinsically bad. It can help build relationships and keep us connected to people we love. It becomes bad, however, when it becomes a source of false security or a force for imbalance in our lives.
This week on the blog, we wanted to do something fun. We always try to keep things fun with our marriage advice, but this is just pure fun. The internet is full of GIFs (don’t ask us how to pronounce it). And we scoured the web for our favorite wedding related GIFs. Below are our top 10 (in no particular order).
In the last few years, there has been lots of talk about the dangers of social media for our well-being, and for the psychological health of our children. Turns out, that spending hours on our devices can actually have a negative effect on us.
There is value in believing our marriage serves a greater purpose in the grand scheme of life. When we believe this to be the case, we can push through the struggles that are inevitably thrown our way—as little or large as they may loom in our lives.
We need other people in our marriage, who are for our marriage. So if necessary, we have to construct our own village. Here are three types of people I believe all of us need in and around our marriage.