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For soon-to-be-married or newly-wed couples, marriage is the start of a new chapter where you will probably find yourself making some adjustments in your life. Here are 3 top issues you need to have an open discussion with your partner to give your marriage a strong start.
You don’t marry one person, you marry the whole family. What happens when you are not in sync with your in-laws? Here are some tips for you to try.
Learn to protect your marriage, set boundaries and manage expectations.
Being caught in the middle in relationship issues and conflicts between his wife and mother, our contributor Tan Chin Hock, shares some suggestions in managing such situations and maintaining family harmony.
A positive relationship with your in-laws can be a tremendous source of strength in your marriage.
Take active steps to relate to your in-laws as individuals and family members and find a way to begin a positive and close relationship with them.
When your child marries, you are often faced with adjusting to the role of a new parent-in-law. Managing potential conflicts with grace and diplomacy will allow you to build a positive relationship with your child's spouse.
You can take steps to help your parents and your spouse form a positive and healthy relationship.