This Trait Could Be Key to a Lasting Romance

This Trait Could Be Key to a Lasting Romance

By Toni Antonucci, Kristine J. Ajrouch & Noah J. Webster, The Conversation Passion and commitment are widely believed to be the foundation of strong romantic relationships. But a relationship is made of two unique individuals, and personality traits these individuals possess or lack can often make a relationship more likely to endure. In a 2019 […]

How to Quarrel Less with Loved Ones

How to Quarrel Less with Loved Ones

Although arguing with your partner is normal, fighting every day in a relationship or fighting over certain topics — like your values — shouldn’t be overlooked. In fact, experts say there are some common relationship fights that mean you should probably break up with your partner. So, why do people who care about one another […]

The Least Romantic Valentine’s Day Ever: Why Financial Discussions Just Might Save Your Relationships

The Least Romantic Valentine’s Day Ever: Why Financial Discussions Just Might Save Your Relationships

By Janet Howard On the list of best Valentine’s Day activities, talking about money ranks just below washing the dishes and cleaning the floor, but unlike those household chores, discussing the way you feel about your finances just might save your relationship. You might not want to lead with those money matters — it is […]

10 Things You Should Never Say to Your Husband

10 Things You Should Never Say to Your Husband

By Meg Gemelli, Crosswalk Wedding planning. Pinterest-inspired living spaces. Parenting hacks. Romantic vacations and date night suggestions. If there’s one thing that we can all agree on, it’s that we’ll never suffer a lack of advice on the internet when it comes to keeping a home or making marriage great. Opinions abound. Biases that began […]

When She Makes More

When She Makes More

By Linda N.  The state of employment in the United States of America’s Pre-COVID 19 is a far cry from what it has become in over ten months. According to a report by Amara Omeokwe in the Wall Street Journal (2020), in early 2020, women constituted more than half the workforce, with over 40% as […]

No Money, No Love

No Money, No Love

No money, no love. Can’t make love on an empty stomach. No matter the point in time, money problems and financial difficulties are always at the center of discord. It affects our bottom line, health – mental, physical and emotional – and our relationships. Now, we have the added stress and anxiety of the pandemic. […]