Cohabitation 101: When thinking about the perfect roommate, your best friend or college roommate might come to mind. Who wouldn’t want to live in the cool bachelor or bachelorette pad during their early twenties? But let’s talk about doing the unthinkable. Yes, I’m talking about moving in with your significant other. Maybe you aren’t ready to get married or you’ve decided to opt out of marriage.
How do you COHABITATE? Some people might tell you that you are crazy while others might bid you “good luck” and buy you a house warming gift. I am here to give you a little advice to help make this process a less painful, great experience. Below are 5 ways to make cohabiting work for you: Cohabitation 101 series part 1 – how to cohabitate before marriage.
Signs your man is cheating! Is it Just Your Mind Playing Tricks on your or is Your Man Cheating on You? They Say Intuition Never Lies. You’ve Thought About it constantly. You’ve Even Asked Him about It, But You Aren’t Sure. The Signs Are There but Have You Been Ignoring Them? Here is something to help:
You have reached a dark place in your marriage. You believe that your spouse is dissatisfied and you do not know what to do or who to turn to. You have expressed your concerns to everyone. Your in laws, pastor, friends, and family all have suggestions but nothing has helped. Do you feel your marriage slipping away day by day? Are you growing further away from your spouse? You never considered going to marriage counseling prior but now the idea is all you have left.
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Have You Been Neglecting Your Spouse? Below are 5 ways to tell if you have failed to give your significant other the attention they need and deserve?
We have all been there before. Feeling like there aren’t enough hours in the day and not enough sleep in the world. You find yourself wrapped up in your career, school, or your children. You’ve stretched yourself as far as you can go and you cannot extend yourself anymore. You are trying to dedicate your time everywhere but your relationship is what is suffering the most. Ask yourself are you neglecting your spouse? Has your relationship taken a backseat? Here are five ways to determine whether or not you have given your significant other the cold shoulder.
Learn How to Effectively Manage Finances in a Marriage
How to stop arguing about money: Many marriages fail as a result of money issues. To avoid running into challenges centered around money, you and your partner need to be on the same page when it comes to spending, budgeting, and saving. Incorporating these simple practices will make managing money with your spouse much easier.