Let’s face it, marriage is work. And if you throw in an extra dose of fatigue due to one snoring spouse, chances are this is going to add to that already taut thread of patience required in successful marriages. So what is one to do if there is a snoring spouse in the equation? The fact is; chronic fatigue will only increase stress, reduce patience and cause friction between both parties. If this sounds at all like what you and your spouse are currently experiencing, then there are a few ways to reduce the tension and get you back running smoothly and much more peacefully.
A happy marriage may come out of an online relationship, but there are risks you can't ignore.
Dear Dr. Romance: My wife she will get angry very easily. Even for simple things she gets very angry. She always tells me to leave her and she wants to live her family especially with her mother. She tells me she doesn't want to live and mostly she hurts her self. The biggest problem is my job. I earn very small salary and I'm trying to get a good job but she doesn't believe that I'm trying to find a job Dear Reader:
Couples get trapped into certain ways of relating that were established early on in the relationship. And we forget that our words are powerful.
Oxytocin has previously been touted as the physiological factor in attracting and keeping a partner's interest — but new research suggests that it's more complicated than that. In fact, oxytocin given to men in a committed relationship led to them keeping a distance from an attractive stranger.
Studies have proven that there are four behaviors that (when avoided) greatly improve your chances of avoiding divorce.
My husband came home from work one day and handed me a book about improving our marriage. "Am I really that bad?" I asked, looking down at the book as my lips began to quiver and mascara ran down my cheeks. Without hesitation, he replied, "Yes." I realized that passing the book to me was his cry for help. Maybe the last one he'd deliver. I suddenly felt sad, scared and very, very sorry.
No longer am I hearing my single girlfriends talk about finding their 'knight in shining armor.' Instead, they're talking about how much debt this guy is going to bring to the table if they get married.
According to recent studies, people who regularly attend church marry at higher rates, divorce at lower rates, have more children and tend to be more faithful than those who do not. Our expert, a Christian relationship coach, shares her point of view.