Problems and attitudes regarding material things can divide a couple in various ways.Sadly some couples are disrupted by arguments and over money and the desire to be rich or atleast a little richer. Divisions may arise when both mates work secularly and cultivate “my money, your money” attitude. Even if arguments are avoided, when both mates work they may find themselves with a schedule that leaves little or no time for each other. A growing trend today is for husbands to live away from their spouse for extended periods all in pursuit of more money than they could ever earn at home. This can lead to serious problems .
No rules can be laid down for handling these situations, since different couples have to deal with different pressures and needs.Needless struggle can sometimes be avoided by consulting together. This involves not merely stating one’s view but seeking advice and finding out how the other person looks at a matter. Further working out a realistic budget can help to unify couple’s efforts. Sometimes it is necessary, perhaps temporarily for both mates to work outside the home to care for added expenses, especially when there are children or other dependents. When this is the case the husband can reassure his wife that he still has time for her.
However keep in mind that while money is a necessity it does not bring happiness. Indeed, overemphasis on material things can rob you and your spouse your joy and perhaps cause marital problems. You and your marriage mate must be modest and moderate in your pursuit of money , you must learn to consult with each other about your family necessity and totally avoid divisions that bring about “my money, your money” attitude.****ARE YOU SEARCHING FOR A SOULMATE BUT WANTS IT TO BE DISCREET? Join Myregistrywedding matchmaking service by sending a mail to email@example.com and get connected to your soulmate.*******