They are about our dreams, our fears, and our inadequacies.
Use money conflicts in your marriage to invest in each other.
There’s a different mindset that can truly change how you view your expenses.
These five rules will guide you to stop fighting about money and start connecting in your relationship.
Usually, when two people get married, they stand up in front of their friends and family and they make a promise to stick together, no matter what. For better and for worse.
Most of us have figured out by now that money is not the ultimate answer.
We understand that money is a tough issue for most couples. Hopefully our answers will help you in your own relationship.
This week on The Gottman Relationship Blog, we’ve been tackling the subject of money. As promised in Wednesday’s post, today we will share creative approaches to fight the destructive effects of financial stress on your relationships and help you to strengthen bonds with those you love!
The path to a rich life is full of detours and myths that hold couples back from achieving the financial freedom they dream of.
We begin the #AskGottman series today on The Gottman Relationship Blog with the topic of money, which Dr. Gottman names in The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work as one of the six most typical areas of marital conflict.
These six steps will help you achieve financial security and freedom in your marriage.
Arguments are a part of any relationship, and it is my hope that you find comfort in knowing that conflict is normal and can actually be a way for couples to grow closer.
Here’s how to make everyday conflict less draining.
From the country’s leading relationship experts, comes ‘Eight Dates: Essential Conversations for a Lifetime of Love.’
Acknowledging and respecting each other’s deepest most personal hopes and dreams is key to saving and enriching your marriage.
Today on The Gottman Relationship Blog, we’d like to talk about bank accounts.
Whether you and your partner are dating, living together, or are recently engaged and in the midst of planning your wedding, premarital relationships are defined by their excitement and newness that many refer to as the “honeymoon” stage.
You can love better tomorrow, even if it’s difficult today.
A detailed knowledge of who you want to attract helps you decide where you dedicate your energy and time.
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