All relationships have expectations attached. Each spouse would have their own set of expectations based on their own emotional and physical needs. Sometimes partners are unaware of the other's expectations or do not understand them. Here are some ways to resolve the confusion.
Divorce is something that you thought happens to other people, something that you have privately in your heart thought ‘will never happen to me', because in some magical way YOU will be able to solve whatever is wrong in your marriage. But perhaps after a very difficult time in the marriage, and even worse time during the divorce, you have become something that you never thought you would be...a divorcee.
In order to avoid putting your relationship at risk, and to avoid feeling as if you are doing everything in the house, it is important to share household responsibilities with your spouse. While this might sound like a good deal, getting partners to happily participate in household work is not always an easy task. Effectively communicating your perspective and planning mutually convenient schedules are the keys to working around this concern.
It is common knowledge that trust is the foundation of a healthy marriage. That's why it is necessary to learn to find a healthy way to handle conflicts, understand why they keep cropping up and work on resolving them in order to rebuild trust in your relationship. This article explores more on this topic...
Married and thinking of having a baby? Eventually there comes a time in a couple's life when they might start discussing and planning a family. If you are in this position, here are some questions that your partner and you could discuss together.