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Decision-Making in a Marriage Full of Forks in the Road

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it!” – Yogi Berra Imagine you are going through life and you come to one of life’s forks in the road. If you’re like me, you’ll want to know something … Continue reading

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Marriage, Money, and Making Decisions – how it looks in a marriage of equals

[From the archives.] *** Cabaret has that wonderfully avaricious song, Money, Money: Money makes the world go around The world go around The world go around Money makes the world go around It makes the world go ’round. A mark, … Continue reading

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Marriage Is Not A Democracy

I’ve read much on marriage over the years. Some is wonderful, some is funny, some is heart-wrenching and some is just plain stupid. Here’s one of the worst: In a marriage the husband and wife each have a say in … Continue reading

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Parenting: Getting On The Same Page – gift purchases

[Today’s guest post is from Sarah Tun, who blogs at Life from the Lighthouse (among other places). Anyone who has ever bought a gift for a child will recognize something in this piece!] Decisions Surrounding Gift Purchases for Our Children … Continue reading

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