77: Balancing Work, Kids And A Relationship

In today’s episode we discuss relationship advice topics that include: 

  • The importance of creating ground rules for a working relationship.
  • Tools for couples who work together.
  • Separating areas of responsibility with your spouse.
  • Balancing work, kids and a relationship.
  • Managing your energy to help create a strong marriage or relationship.
  • And much more!

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Malini’s Daily Tool

Be mindful that the little things count. Tell your spouse you appreciate them daily.

Relationship Advice Resource

Marriage.com and seek a therapist if needed.

Advice for Newlyweds

Remember to show gratitude for your spouse and be honest to prevent resentment from building up.

Advice for Single Listeners

Respect your partner.

Interview Links

Marriage.com

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