There is truth to the idiomatic expression – “it takes two to tango”. With a relationship that spans for nearly a decade, I came to realize that giving and taking is an essential element to success. Arriving at an agreeable place avoids potential conflicts from rising. Compromise is vital when it comes to financial matters. Who would be primarily responsible to pay the bills or to account for outstanding debts? Use the following strategies to help you split the expenses.
Fear, a primitive human emotion, refers to the physiological and psychological response to threatening situations. The sources of fear may have evolved throughout the years, but I am putting focus on the Singaporean’s financial fears. FEAR #1: FEAR OF LOSING ONE’S JOB Unemployment is a global phenomenon. Our economy continues to narrow down jobs at an alarming rate. Do you know what is worse than that? Being unemployed in one of the most expensive cities in the world. Losing your
I am not familiar about your dating habits, but predictability is not a part of my book! My significant other and I are actively browsing through online articles and asking for recommendations. We make it a point to “shake things up” every once in a while. On that note, here are just some of the romantic and fantastic ideas that we have gathered throughout the years: 1. Let us start with a nostalgic date. Share your most intimate memories with
No one ever said that cultivating a successful career is easy. Throwing the element of romantic relationship into the mix may make things more challenging. But, you can survive it! SET YOUR PRIORITIES STRAIGHT Many Singaporeans choose to shift all their resources to professional aspirations. There is nothing wrong with that. But, isn’t it more fulfilling to share your promotion with someone special? For those of you who agreed, consider prioritizing both your work and your relationship. Prioritizing one thing
Maintaining a healthy relationship with your significant other entails stabilizing the disposition of your finances. Read thru this article to know how bad monetary habits can potentially harm your relationship. Furthermore, you will get an idea on how to conquer these habits. #1: AVOIDING FINANCIAL CONVERSATIONS A healthy long-term relationship is built on trust and transparency. As things get serious with your partner and marriage becomes a viable option, consider discussing about finances. You need to resolve your potential spouse’s