Couples don't always see eye-to-eye — especially over money. Recognize these common fault lines and you can learn to steer around them.
Relationships are hard. Are you making yours harder with any of these little relationship spoilers?
We've all ended a work or personal relationship badly. Mend a broken connection and you'll regain a valued friend or a colleague -- forever this time.
Whether it's a job, a relationship, a big purchase, nobody likes being rejected. Understand rejection's ancient roots and learn how to overcome it.
Meeting the parents is filled with pitfalls. Impress everybody — including yourself — by avoiding these common mess-ups.
Today we found some of the best articles from around the web on money and relationships!
We'd all like to be better friends — and we should be. Keep your friends close with some simple relationship builders.
What do we value most in life? Family and friends. Keep and strengthen those precious bonds by avoiding these common relationship-busters.
There is no secret to a perfect relationship — but there are some guidelines that can help make any relationship great.
What's the secret to staying together for a long, long, long time? Hear what one woman who's been happily married for almost 30 years has to say.
The next time you meet someone new, don't do the usual and ask, "So, what do you do?" Instead, ask, "What excites you?"
If you and your significant other recently called it kaput, don’t bury yourself in spending sprees — try some of these frugal self-help therapies instead.
Today we found some stellar articles on going on cheap dates without being cheap, making a game plan for college, and whether or not you can be organic and frugal.
The first minutes of your morning can make the rest of your day awesome...or awful. Discover easy morning activities that help make your day great.
If you need other people to do things, you don't need to nag. These gentle methods will get things done without driving you (or anyone else) crazy.
When it comes to money in relationships, love alone isn't enough to build a life together — it also takes communication and honesty.
The way we deal with money in relationships is often a sign of how we deal with other things in life. But if you're aware of potential problems, you can change.
Big life changes — even positive ones — can cause relationships to suffer. Learn how to weather the storm and come out stronger in the end.
What's the key to ensuring you achieve your goals? Not listening to the "blue falcons" in your life.
Lending money to friends or family is a generous thing to do, but it can also strain on your relationship. Read this to help decide whether or not you should.
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