It's normal to disagree with your significant other, but don't let differences in personalities spark huge feuds that will drive a wedge between you both. Check out this relationship expert's advice when it comes to love and money.
I. Although it was a special Valentine’s Day dinner, in a very pricey restaurant, we could hear the conversation of the couple next to us all too well. They weren’t loud. We were quiet. Silent. You know how that sometimes is. You just can’t get it up to play the “romantic dinner” scene. There’s too much pressure to feel connected, for the food to be amazing, for it to be perfect.
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Sometimes you need the help of a relationship expert to figure out how to successfully approach money in your relationship. Learn the tips that will help your relationship thrive, even if you view money differently than your partner.
Doesn't it seem like like the last few years dating has changed? I mean you seem more casual hook ups and FWB relationships now more than the old time courting relationships. They even made a movie about FWB (friends with benefits) whats that say about our dating world these days. Are you someone who just can't seem to get a guy to give you the time of day? They just over look you don't even realize your worth and how great you could be for them!
Men and women communicate differently, but that doesn't mean they can't meet in the middle. When your partner feels heard and respected in the relationship, it's smooth sailing for everyone involved.
There are increasing claims that being monogamous isn't natural, or just exceedingly difficult. This relationship expert feels otherwise: if we're able to control ourselves as adults, it should be easy enough to control ourselves in adult relationships, as well.
Saying "I love you" to someone is a huge deal: it refers to comfort, passion, commitment and trust. Listen to this relationship expert's advice before you use that phrase and make sure you're saying it right.
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