MARRIAGE DECISION MAKING: HOW TO REACH DECISIONS AS A MARRIED COUPLE
Making decisions can be hard enough being alone, single and having no partner to consider. While a marriage could make some decisions easier, because there is a partner/spouse to help you, it can sometimes or for some decisions, be twice as stressful when you are in a marriage. Most couples therefore make mistakes by making crucial decisions without consulting with their better half.
It somewhat seems easier for single people to take calculated risks, than it is for married people, which is why couples tend to live a "single decision making life".
MARRIAGE DECISION MAKING: HOW TO MAKE DECISIONS AS A COUPLE
In "marriage decision-making", couples/parties need to consider the following:
1. No single decision is ever entirely the right one - otherwise it would be very easy to just pick without headaches
2. Listen to your partner/spouse's perspective. See things through their eyes, without being judgmental, defensive or emotional. You want to make the best possible decision, and in doing that, you need to consider your spouse's feelings. If any decision could later make you feel remorseful, you better review it carefully.
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