How do young adults manage money? How do you handle finances in a relationship? Every new relationship is full of hope and love. Unfortunately, these two are not enough to sustain a relationship. True, talking about money can be uncomfortable, especially for partners in a new relationship. But if both partners are in for the long haul, they do need to communicate clearly with each other about money management. The following suggestions may be useful for new, young couples to manage financial problems. Financial planning for newly married couples Very often, partners in a relationship do not share the same attitude towards spending, saving, budgeting and investing. And arguments revolving around financial issues can break a relationship quite easily. That’s why it’s important f
Relationships need daily deposits or investments to remain healthy and fresh. Steven Covey, marriage management expert and the author of Seven Habits for Highly Successful Families (Simon & Schuster LTD, 1999), coined the term "emotional bank account," which is based on how completely people are trusted by others – most importantly, their partners. Avoiding Deficit Spending in the Emotional Bank Account Kind gestures, kept promises, expressions of appreciation and love and acts of respect all add to the emotional bank account, writes marriage management expert in his book. Criticism, broken promises, and being ignored all withdraw from the account. When there is a comfortable wealth in the emotional bank account, the relationship feels safe and content. Arguments and disag
Sometime after the newlywed glow fades, a husband and wife may wonder, "Where did the romance go?" Marriage management expert says courtship is full of excitement. Married life is full of responsibilities. Couples soon get busy with chores, managing finances, raising children, and keeping up with extended families. The tragically high divorce statistics are a reflection of too many couples investing all of their energy almost everywhere except for in their respectful relationships. When that happens, the husband and wife become estranged emotionally and physically. Schedule Dates Marriage management expert adds Marriage Meetings are a great way to keep respectful relationships on track. Couples who conduct them gain physical and emotional intimacy, which means more sex and rom...
Classroom management and behavior management go hand in hand, but they are distinctly different strategies. Classroom management is the day-to-day running of the classroom through routines and procedures, such as having students line up in size order or raise their hands to participate in class. Behavior management is just that – managing student behavior. You'll need both to run a productive and safe classroom, but let's start with behavior management. Without it, you're not going have a class to manage. Consider these five pointers when establishing your behavior management plan: Establish Class Rules and Consequences ASAP Establishing rules can be done in collaboration with students – believe it or not, they have a good idea of the difference between right and wrong. Decide