A Broken Marriage: Woman Admits In-Laws Makes Her Leave the Room When It Comes to Decision-Making
We weigh in on a wife who admits to having a strained relationship with her in-laws, so much so that when it comes to decision-making, she’s asked to leave the room, even after telling her husband about it. We want to know: Are there any circumstances where this is okay?
Expressing Your Intent: Can You Save a Relationship After a Rejected Proposal?
“I need more time.” “We’re not ready yet.” These statements can put a dagger in a relationship after a marriage proposal is rejected… but do they have to? Can a relationship be salvaged if a proposal is rejected?
Strangers to the Rescue: Bride Takes To Facebook After Bridesmaids Drop Out of Wedding
What happens when ALL of your bridesmaids drop out of your wedding? One bride took to Facebook to share her dilemma and over 600 women responded. So we want to know: Have you ever had a stranger come to your rescue?
The Pressure Is On: Is Getting Married in Your 20s Too Young?
Is getting married in your 20s too young? We weigh in on the pros and cons of marrying young.
Truth Hurts? Should Parents Protect Their Children from Conversations About Divorce?
While parents do have a responsibility to protect their children’s innocence, at what point does sheltering them from the truth do more harm than good? We weigh in on whether parents should keep the topic of divorce away from their kids.
Fair or Foul? A Husband Makes Twice as Much but Still Expects Wife to Go Half on the Bills
When it comes to splitting the bills, you have to do what’s best for your home. But would you be offended if your partner asked you to pay half of the bills even though he makes twice as much as you?