When we fall in love - hard and fast - we tend to get high on emotions & more often than not, become blind to reason. Is this a sign to consider a prenup?
Our romantic relationships impact us in a way that other relationships do not; there are lots of high-intensity emotions involved. Lessons to be learnt too.
When you first meet a new partner and you’re experiencing those first few flushes of love, it’s hard to imagine that anything will ever change. But it does!
When it comes to tough times and arguments in a relationship, it's easy to opt out, take the 'easy' option and leave - like a cat. Don't and here's why and what to do.
Divorce is not an option. Our top 5 things to keep the fire alive and burning in your marriage and keep you together, sexy, alive and happy.
A separation is often the first step toward a divorce. It's a way for many couples to begin the slow process of breaking up their marriage, the first step toward a gradual exit.
One of the hardest things about marriage is knowing when to leave. For some, the answer is and will always be, “Never, no matter what, no matter how unhappy we are or how unsalvageable the relationship. We’re married, and that means forever.” For others .....................
Every couple that goes into a marriage with personal assets should consider the possibility of a prenup for the simple fact that it makes an already emotional transition much less tangled. Here are a few ways that having a prenup can ease the hardship of divorce.
Marriages are not things that can be put on cruise control. If neglected and left to nature, your marriage can turn into something quite different – a sea of resentment, confusion and a real lack of communication and intentionality. How can you prevent the occasional relationship blow-up, or even an eventual break-up?
Relationships are good and great times. There are also times you could just leave and say 'forget this whole damn thing'. This article is about the latter - when you could quite literally give up the past good times, out of utter and complete frustration. In hindsight, the solution is an easy one, yet takes some soul searching to get there.