In today’s world of dating – both online and offline, the rules and etiquette of relationships are rapidly changing. For many people, this has them confused about whether such things like breaking up over the phone or via test message are acceptable forms of ending the relationship.
The first and most important aspect regarding dating advice for teens is to remember who you are. That sounds so trivial and even a little condescending, but the truth is that teenagers, young adult, and even some adults wandering around in their thirties are still growing and figuring out who they are along the way.
Discussing the grounds for divorce is a touchy subject. It is painful for the couple, unfair and confusing for the children, a disappointment for society. Marriage, after all, is an institution that constitutes the moral fiber of communities. When that institution is compromised, society, not just one family, is affected.
As adult, we are supposed to be more confident, more secure in ourselves, more assured of who we are. We are taught and told that true happiness lies in not worrying or obsessing or modeling your life around the expectations of others. If that was only the case!
Many men feel childish trying to tell their wife that they feel they are being ignored. So instead, they simply cage up the feelings and let them fester for several years. Plus, many moms become extremely defensive about their interactions with the children and forget that before they had kids – they were a couple first.
A wedding requires careful and lengthy planning. It is stressful, to say the least, so think about what photographs you want taken by the photographer before you even contact one.
Barbara Jaurequi is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and a Nationally Certified Master Addiction Counselor. Her private practice, Barbara Jaurequi Counseling, is in southern CA, about 30 miles east of Los Angeles.
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