Social Media and Your Relationship

In a Pew Research Center survey 46% of millennials said their social media accounts had a major impact on their relationships. You should always make your partner feel more important to you than your phone. You should always shut your phone off when you are spending special time with your partner—like when you are having […]

Money and Your Relationship

Money is consistently the most common reason for conflict in a relationship. Couples with financial problems and debt have higher levels of stress and are less happy in their relationship than those who don’t. You must be honest about your spending. It’s surprising how common it is for two people in a relationship to lie […]

Seniors Are Not Remarrying

Although Seniors can be committed in a new relationship, they are deciding not to remarry. Living together like remarriage brings companionship and wider social circles, not to mention sexual intimacy, at a time when seniors may otherwise face isolation. And financially pooling resources in a single household often improves senior’s economic stability, especially for women […]

Prenuptial Agreement

No one should get married without a Prenuptial Agreement in place! It doesn’t matter how much or how little you have, you always have to protect yourself! You are making the biggest decision of your life to marry someone. And second and sometimes third marriages—and the extended families that sometimes come with them—require financial and […]

Grey Divorce

Grey divorce is a growing trend.  Seniors are now realizing that here is no reason to stay in a long, bad marriage.  People live longer today, and the reality is that you might as well enjoy every minute of the time you have!  This gives more seniors reasons to get a divorce even after 30 or 50 […]

Still Single?

If you are a woman and still single and wondering why—here are some possible reasons: If you are living in New York City, the odds of meeting an eligible man are not in your favor. In Manhattan there are 38 percent more young female college grads than male. And nine to twelve percent are gay […]

Changing Your Name After Marriage

According to an Upshot analysis of data from multiple sources, the practice of keeping one’s maiden name after marriage—which declined sometime in the 1980’s or 1990’s—has begun rising again. Women are choosing to keep their maiden names more for practical reasons than political ones. For many women, sociologists say, keeping their maiden names has lost […]

Cohabiting Before Marriage

Cohabiting before marriage may be the “kiss of death”—or divorce. What are the odds that you’d be in this relationship if you weren’t living together? The more you get to know your possible future spouse before you live together, the better chance you have of breaking up with the wrong person and finding the right […]