When getting married, everyone knows they are going to share things with their spouse. Money, space, the remote… all common things you prepare to share. However, when I got married, there were some things I didn’t realize I’d be sharing with my husband and this made for some very interesting situations!
Earlier this year I told you how my chronic migraines affect my life. As a migraineur (a migraine sufferer) it is really easy for me to get caught up in how my migraines affect me and forget how it may affect my loved ones—especially my husband. Chronic illness can be tough on a marriage. Here are some ways that we have been able to keep our relationship strong despite my chronic migraines.
Have you ever met the perfect health conscious couple? These couples seem to be on the same page when it comes to eating right, drinking all the right fluids, and go to the gym together 4 days a week. They run a 5K several times a year to support all the right causes and wouldn’t dream of smoking, over indulging in alcohol or becoming a couch potato on the weekend. Don’t you just hate them? In reality, it seems that most couples (like my husband and I) are not on the same page when it comes to health and fitness. There may be one spouse who is health conscious (my hubby) but the other is content to sit around, watch TV and eat bon bons (me).
When you think about sharing some quality time with your love, images of picnics and walks on the beach often flood your mind and bring a smile to your face. Then you walk out your front door and the cold reality we call winter slaps you in the face. Here are 10 winter date ideas […]
The holiday season is here, and it can be a wonderful time for newlywed couples. However, if you are like my husband and I, you may need to make sure you are on the same page for the holidays. Sit down and discuss how and where you will spend Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, New Years and […]
If you are anything like me, you’ve probably been out on the town with your husband and realized that you need something like Advil or a stain remover. You look in your purse, and either (a) can’t find it, or (b) realize you never put it in there. Now you are stuck with a headache or big stain for the rest of your date night, right? This has happened to me too many times to count.
Money may not have the power to buy happiness, but it sure can stress us out. In fact, a survey by the American Psychological Association pinpointed money as the leading cause of stress for Americans, with 72 percent saying they had felt at least some stress about money in the previous month. What’s more, about one-third of adults with partners said money is a major cause of conflict in their relationship.
How To Manage Your Differences And Build A Better Relationship By Dr. Anne Brennan Malec Marriage is a complex, ever-evolving relationship that challenges partners to remain active in their efforts to maintain the relationship. While the components of a healthy relationship – passion, commitment and intimacy – may seem abstract, I have found specific actions through […]
I always knew that I wanted to get married. Not in the way that some women do (like planning their wedding at age 10), but rather because I knew that I wanted to have a partner…a person to share the rest of my life with. I knew that there were benefits to being married and […]
source Once upon a time you were wooed, catered to and swept off your feet by someone who turned into your spouse. The same spouse who was devoted and listened to your every care, until recently you realized things aren’t quite the same. In fact, there’s something that has come between the two of you […]