ShahidMiras Marriage In TROUBLE LehrenTV

Shahid and Mira have been married only for a few months..and problems have already started between them. When Sasha is asked anything about Mira..he ignores the question. Recently in an interview, Shahid mentioned his life has changed after marriage. Which is like a happysad phase for him. He is happy that a loving wife is waiting for him at home. But he is also worried that Mira is taking..his space from now itself. From his room's lights, colors and also couch..everything has changed. Now Mr. Shahid, it will be better.

Wedding Proposal Marriage Advice Avoid Money Problems During Marriage

Hi I'm Joe Cuenco, I'm a marriage researcher and writer. Today we're going to be talking about how to avoid financial difficulties during marriage. Now this is a real key issue avoiding this financial difficulties during marriage because it's one of the top three issues that either cause marriages to break apart or cause for marital disharmony. So it's real important that you sit down and communicate between each other and determine what your short term and your long term goals are. The experts will tell you that it's important to have six months of discretionary income for family to deal with, with the unexpected,.

Work layoffs or some unforeseen circumstance. But, and it's really difficult to predict something catastrophic coming along as you hadn't plan for, but it tells about six months is a good target to have in terms of saving and disposable income. But you really need to have a discussion about what it is that you want, short term, long term. Do you need another car because of, because this one is six year older longer. Would you like to have a boat for recreation Would you like to take that special vacation or perhaps an anniversary.

Is coming on, something, something that nature needs to be budgeted for. But the real key is that you develop a plan and stick to it. Perhaps you can work with a financial planner or work with an accountant to help you work through. What are the staples that need to be provided for, for household maintenance and also how do we invest appropriately and also build for the future. So, working, working the details out, is important but you also have to stick by the plan. Make a commitment to stick by the plan and if there any deviations,.

You need to talk about it. And if you're going to spend more than amount of money that you allocated in your account, you need to talk about it. In younger years, particularly younger couples have a real issue with making major purchases and thinking they have to have everything right up front. A good key indicator is if, don't make a major purchase without consulting with the other person. But if you, if you are considering doing something of a large nature, then wait perhaps two days, a week, to determine if you really need that. Because.

Weird Things All Couples Fight About

Cheery strings music play That's not how you fold the towels. It doesn't matter how you fold a towel. It does matter how you fold a towel. If you want it to fit in the closet, you have to roll it. loud crunch Oh my God could you chew any louder louder crunch This goes on here. It takes two seconds. Well.Then the next person who comes in will do it. That's not the point. Hey did you throw away my left overs No. I coulda swo ohh you bitch. What did you call me.

Nothing. The toilet paper goes over. It's printed that way so you could see it. No. The toilet paper goes under so that the cats don't get at it. That makes no sense. What do you want to get for dinner I don't really care. The just pick something. You choose. Told ya! Shut up. I don't see why I have to put the utensils face down Because when they're sticking up like that, if someone trips and falls, they're going to impail themselves and die. That's literally the stupidest thing I've ever heard.

I'm not playing this game where I list every single thing and you shoot it all down. I'm not doing this again. Well then I don't know what to tell you. Oh my gosh watch this! This is the best line. Did you watch this without me You weren't home! mug clanks Seriously! 6 more inches and it's in the sink. Well then put it in 6 more inches. heavy sigh Get it I get it. Anything will be fine. Fine. Fine! Alright! We're gonna get. pizza It's food. Anything but pizza. phone slams on table.

What do you wanna eat That is Bill Paxton! It is Bill Pullman. Bill Paxton was in Aliens.That is Bill Paxton. That is him. Game over, man. That is that man right there. Why am I gonna put them away I'm wearing them tomorrow morning. I don't care if you're wearing them tomorrow morning. I don't want them just sitting by my side of the bed all night. Why do you do this! You squeeze from the bottom. The next person doesn't have to squeeze then. It's toothpaste. It's not like it's hard to squeeze it from a new area on the tube.

Why are we fighting about this Why are we fighting about this Why are we fighting about this!. I'm sorry. I shouldn't have. made you make the decision. With that being said, I think your original call of pizza is fine. Just no pepperoni. cheery strings music What do you want on it then Anything other than pepperoni. Oh my God! I'm going to murder you and when the pizza guy gets here, he's going to help me bury your body and then we're going to get married. No, he won't 'cause he'll probably be like Yeah I feel you, bro..

How Darwin Can Save Your Marriage

We are designed by evolution to be titillated by erotic novelty, males and females. Given that evolutionary design, it's completely predictable that 10 years of the same thing, whether it's the same music or the same food or the same sex partner, is going to lead to resentment, discomfort, whatever. It'92s going to lead to a diminishment of passion, certainly. So we start with that and then we add to that the notion that we're taught that that shouldn't happen, that if it does happen there's something wrong with you or something wrong with your relationship.'a0.

And so people aren't expecting that to happen, and so they interpret that diminishment of passion as a failure. The point that we're trying to get across in the book is that it's not your fault. It's not your partner's fault. It's the fault of the clash between the sort of animal we are and the sort of society we've designed. And as long as there's that conflict between our biology and our societies, there are going to be these problems. So a harm reduction approach might make a lot more sense than this sort of absolutist approach that a lot of people take where any.

Infidelity, any, you know, my husband looks at porn, that means he doesn't love me anymore. I mean, these sorts of responses to very natural behaviors cause a lot more problems than they solve, I think. I think if marriage is going to survive as an institution, it's going to certainly have to continue adapting to the realities of human nature as opposed to trying to shoehorn human nature into some predetermined shape. The point of marriage is that you want to get old with someone. You want to share your life with someone. Maybe you want to raise children with someone. You want.

To have a certain stability and trust that you couldn't possibly get with shortterm relationships. That's the point of marriage. And by imposing this expectation of sexual exclusivity for 40, 50, 60 years, we're cutting ourselves off from those really important things for something that's essentially trivial. Sex really isn't really that important. It's not that big a deal. And by making it such a big deal, we sabotage things that really are important, these primary relationships.'a0 We have children going through divorces, victimized by the psychological trauma of divorce, over what.

Over what That mommy or daddy had sex with someone else Who cares The problem is, much like the war on drugs, the problem is that we take this absolutist approach to something that people are always going to do. People are always going to smoke marijuana. People are always going to drink alcohol and coffee and whatever. But we make these arbitrary judgments on what's acceptable and what isn'92t, that have nothing to do with the actual harm that anything of these things could cause to people. So we throw people in prison for, you know, growing a marijuana plant on their windowsill.

It makes no sense it causes much more harm than just letting people do what they want to do. And really, whose business is it if a couple decides that they're going to, you know, allow a little casual sexual behavior on the side, especially if, as Dan Savage argues, and I agree, it takes the pressure off the relationship. If the door's open a little bit, you don't feel trapped. It doesn't mean the door has to be swung wide open, but, you know, the fact that it's open a little bit doesn't mean that the.

Avoiding Divorce by Asking TOUGH Questions on Core Issues BEFORE Marriage

You brought up the church, the religious premarital counselling. And I know there's a lot of churches that offer that, and it seems like a really good service. But do they touch upon or hit upon these really difficult points. I don't know if you know what they go through or not. But it sounds like yours is very much inyourface and very direct about things. A lot of times counselling in various things, you're just trying to get you to, it seems like to me, talk about things, and either create problems or you don't get to the bulk of what the problem.

Really is. In your case, was this written by you Yes. And did you just take kind of these that I've chose from all your past clients. Because you could have seen in real life what it really is. Right. Because I have been practicing for a long time, and I've had just my mediation practice for almost 15 years now. So you can imagine, especially in the mediation, when I'm working with both parties, I get to see the dynamic on both sides regarding each issue that's kind of caused the breakdown of the.

Marriage. And they're usually related to religion, money, affairs so anything kind of sex related. And sometimes it's also the role in the relationship. Like they don't talk about, Are we going to both have careers when were married or When we have children, do we want one of us to stay home, does one of us even want to stay home, would we want to go parttime, can we afford to do this And those really aren't things that people necessarily talk about prior to getting married, because they feel like it's kind of jumping the gun. Or.

If they do, they talk about it very loosely. And I think it's really important to make sure when you're starting something like marriage together, that you're on the same page. Because that just makes you this power couple moving forward, instead of two individuals who could potentially have friction moving forward when issues come up. And again, we're not going to hit on everything that's going to come up, but there are some core issues that are the leading causes of divorce these days that I address. And you're right, it's a little.

Bit inyourface. And the purpose isn't to cause problems and convince the couple not to get married. Because what I'm trying to do is kind of salvage the potential for breakdown later in the marriage by addressing these beforehand. And so it usually doesn't incite problems with the couple because there's no hot topic that's readily apparent. We're actually just working through them before, and they probably think some of the stuff I ask them as sort of silly. But it's good, and the couples that I've done it with have come back and.

Ask A Polyamorous Person

So, is every sexual experience an orgy laughing Yes, I'm so exhausted. No, do you know how hard it is to plan an orgy And orgies are not that common. I've been to one, and most of the time I spent there was in the corner eating Oreos. Why isn't one person enough By that logic, you should only have to have one friend. I have friends who I'm just Facebook friends with, and friends who I would pick up from jail. It's not that one person isn't enough,.

It's that lots of people fascinate me. What's the difference between poly and cheating The difference between poly and cheating is that cheating is a violation of the relationship. Polyamory is all about consensual discussion, being on the same page. You make out with somebody else, that's part of the deal. It's not about betrayal. It couldn't be any different. Is it due to your religion You're thinking of polygamy. Does it bother you that some people don't know the difference between polyamory and polygamy.

Most definitely that bothers me. Polygamy for the most part, one, is more of a legal term, two, is more linked to religion. It's more about the man and some subservient women. Polyamory is egalitarian, everyone has a voice. What's the biggest tool to help polyamory work Communication. Being honest. You have to talk about what you think, how you feel. Love and compassion comes first. Is nonmonogamy normal I think maybe the question really is, is monogamy normal We can choose to be monogamous, just like we can choose to be vegetarian,.

But as Dr. Ryan says, that doesn't mean the bacon won't still smell good. It's okay to be nonmonogamous as you long as you do it in an ethical way that doesn't betray anyone. Oh, how do you deal with jealousy In seriousness, jealousy is something we all deal with. We're jealous of people in our industries, sometimes we're jealous of people in our family, but for some reason we consider sexual jealousy to be this insurmountable problem, and it's not. Another thing that can help with jealousy is.

Meeting any of your partner's potential partners. We blow up in our mind what they're like. We think that they're a supermodel, or they're somebody that's out to get us. I want great experiences for my partner, and if that includes a different lover, then I'm okay with that. Does it bother you that people just don't understand I am a bisexual, plussized, nightclub entertainer who grew up with two moms in Texas. I find it's best not to worry what other people think. Do you have any advice for young polyamorous people.

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