Get ahead in creating a wonderful marriage by discussing these 7 things before you tie the knot.
Being in love is a wonderful feeling; staying in love is a wonderful skill.
Every couple needs to develop the ability to talk about everything. Unfortunately, although you think you know your spouse-to-be, there may be many things you folks have not discussed. Do it now so you can create that rewarding relationship!
Here are the top seven topics you should discuss before tying the knot:
Second-time spouses are often happier than first-time newlyweds.
When you get remarried, the chances of the union being successful are much higher than the first marriage. Why? Because second-timers go into marriage with the rule book. Here's a list of the four strongest reasons why second marriages are successful.
Ignoring vulnerability—as Sheryl Sandberg insists—is not a remedy for imposter syndrome.
The most controversial and troubling, aspect of Sheryl Sandberg's book, 'Lean In' is her advocacy of Lean In Circles. These empowerment groups are heralded by Sandberg as valuable therapy for imposter syndrome, which is the shameful feeling that women are much more likely to carry inside them (supposedly) than men. But is she just holding women to impossible standards for the attainment of personal and professional success?
Challenge #15: Learn why suggestive language is the secret spark to fire up your sex life.
How to approach talking dirty in bed with your partner? Do you just blurt something out or do you tell your partner in advance that you'd like to introduce more talking in the bedroom? Hear what our experts have to say about introducing seductive language into the bedroom.
Tortured by the decision of whether to get divorced or not? Here's what's holding you up.
Between your kids' sports schedules, your sick mother-in-law and both of your full-time jobs ... it never seems like the right time to divorce. But delaying your decision to split can do more harm than good.