By Gina Binder for YourTango.com
Is nagging really so bad? I've been married to a divorce lawyer for 26 years and he's never claimed that nagging i...
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Like water dripping from a leaky faucet, a kid's constant nagging can be annoying and almost impossible to ignore, but giving in can have real financial consequences.
In a HuffPost Divorce blog post earlier this month, author Monique Honaman wrote about how detrimental nagging can be in a marriage.
"The cycle of...
If you and your partner don't address this problem, things can quickly go from bad to worse.
Your life is better when she's around, your family loves her, you love her! She treats you like gold, but doesn't let you get away with anything. Here are the ten things that will absolutely let you know if she is the one.
Using the word "whatever" because it's convenient and lets you off the hook for a decision is setting yourself and your relationship up for a downfall.
Me: "I might as well be talking to the coffee table. I don't like being ignored. Didn't you see Fatal Attraction? I won't be ignored."
Nagging is a major problem for relationships compared to other relationship issues because virtually all couples nag compared, for example, to relatively rare but traumatic problems such as adultery.
The problem in marriages is not so much that we nag each other; the problem is that we forget to appreciate what we have.
Every Wednesday is Tip Day.
This Wednesday: 9 tips to quit nagging.
From what I hear from other people, it's clear that I'm not the only person w...
As school starts again, there's so much more for a parent to nag about. Homework. Bedtime. Lost hours on Facebook and Xbox. The chores that need to be...
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