Many young adults have never had a healthy, positive conversation about sex as a wholesome component of marriage, which contributes to their anxiety, nervousness and fears about sexual intimacy in marriage. My hope is to inspire us all to find ways to reclaim the divinity of marital sexuality by shining some light on this sacred and vital topic in more positive and affirming ways.
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We don’t get a lot of training for this parenting job, even though it quickly becomes the focus of our existence once that first baby enters our home. We all search for the best practices, hoping to find a foolproof system. Of course, every parent quickly learns that such a thing does not exist. That said, the greatest lesson I ever received in parenting came in a school in India from the most unlikely of sources.
My husband has separated from me multiple times and continues to lie to me. He’ll tell me he wants to be a family and then he’ll switch and tell me I’ll be happier if he was no longer in my life. My question is how do I make sure I don’t keep going back to him? What do I do to ensure a lasting separation and a successful divorce? How do I do this and not hurt my kids in the process?
When both partners are involved in financial decisions and processes, they’re more empowered, and relationship quality and stability tend to be higher, according to a study from BYU researchers. The lens through which they studied? Feminism. Feminism is rarely used as a theoretical framework for couple finance research, and this paper is the first of its kind to explicitly do so.
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My mother has worked very hard my whole life to provide everything for me, from learning opportunities, to self-worth, to finances with a trust fund they set up before I was born. I am so lucky to have all these advantages in life. However, she has always been very controlling. Every time I try to have a civil conversation with her she sends me away crying because I don't do the things that make her happy. She thinks every conversation is a fight. What do I do?