Marriage Problems

Should So Many Couples Choose Divorce?

Deborah Moskovitch | Posted 03.17.2013 | Canada Living
Deborah Moskovitch

Divorce has become less of a stigma -- you don't have to prove fault, and there is more fairness in addressing financial concerns for the disadvantaged spouse. In addition, there has been extensive research on the impact of divorce upon the family, children, social outcomes and so much more.

10 Signs You're the Spouse From Hell

Debra Macleod | Posted 03.11.2013 | Canada Living
Debra Macleod

If you think your partner is to blame for your relationship troubles, scroll through these 10 signs and ask yourself: Am I turning into the spouse from hell? While this list isn't exhaustive, it does highlight some of the more problematic behaviours that many of us show in marriage. Life's too short for that.

One Thing my Husband Never Asks me to Say: Cheese

Vicki Murphy | Posted 09.12.2012 | Canada Living
Vicki Murphy

In spite of our marital problems, I try not to bash my husband. But after two consecutive long weekends of boozing, golfing and fishing, and coming home at 4:30 a.m. reeking of sausages and whores, I think he's fair game. You see, I found some pretty incriminating photos on his camera.

Is Your Marriage in a Bad Mood?

Debra Macleod | Posted 07.24.2012 | Canada Living
Debra Macleod

Don't make any stupid mistakes when your marriage is in a slump. Don't drown your sorrows in a bottle of Jack or jump into bed with the first Facebook friend to give you a poke. For better or for worse, remember? Most marital bad moods will pass quickly enough, but serious mistakes in judgement will hang around a lot longer.