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Why A Post-Nuptial Agreement Could Be Good For Your Relationship

Post-nuptial AgreementsIf you wish you’d negotiated a prenup before you said “I do,” a post-nuptial agreement may be exactly what you need right now to help you feel more secure about your future – and your relationship. The secret to marital bliss? Find out why for some couples, it’s the peace of mind that comes from having a post-nup in place. Read more

Staying Sane & Happily Married When Your Elderly In-Laws Move In

living with your in-lawsAfter intimacy and money, in-laws are the #1 issue couples argue about. Are you in the “sandwich generation” caring for your own kids and your elderly parents or in-laws…under one roof? This doesn’t mean your marital relationship needs to feel like it’s been put in a pressure cooker. Read on to learn five key tips for keeping sane — and staying happily married — when parents move in. Read more

Empty Nest? Coping After The Kids Are Gone

surviving the empty nest When the last child leaves the house, it’s common for parents to feel grief that perhaps the most meaningful phase of their lives – child-rearing – is over. For some, that grief shifts to excitement as people realize they are now free to pursue interests and activities they never had time for. For others, the Empty Nest is a time when spouses look at each other and wonder: Who are you? And why are we together? Read more

Staying Married After Baby: Advice To New Parents

new babyOnce the miracle of birth has given way to the harsh reality of sleep deprivation and projectile vomit, marital bliss almost always takes a nosedive. Studies show that the decline in relationship satisfaction at time goes by is twice as steep for couples with kids as it is for child-free couples. So while you’re baby-proofing your house, be sure to baby-proof your marriage! Here are some tips to help you stay strong as a couple so you can raise well-adjusted children. Read more