Leaving the toilet seat up. <Guilty>
Not noticing she got her hair trimmed a 1/4 of an inch. <A 1/4 of an inch, really? Does any guy notice this? >
Pretending to not hear the newborn crying in the middle of the night. <Busted!>
Trying to fix the problem instead of just listening. <Still haven’t figured this one out>
In the grand scheme of things, the above items are trivial and every marriage should be able to withstand them.
But the #1 thing that all marriages have a problem with is money.
I’ve seen countless marriages ruined all because money got in the way.
Either there wasn’t enough of it. Or there was too much of it. One spouse didn’t like how the other was spending it. The other spouse didn’t like to disclose what they were actually spending their money on.
All of these are a recipe for a disastrous marriage.
Here’s my tips on how you can have a successful marriage and avoid money problems. I promise it doesn’t have to be that hard.
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