Whom we choose to marry, and how that marriage fares, has the single greatest effect on our happiness and well-being than anything else we do. The outcome of that singular decision will dictate the entire course of your future. What sense does it make, then, to NOT prioritize it?
IN THIS EPISODE:
1:15 Who we marry and how that marriage fares has the single greatest effect on our happiness and well being than anything else we do
2:35 Your marriage has to come first, and you have to be a team
3:30 Suzanne reads an entitled, “ Divorce Can Be an Act of Radical Self-Love”
6:20 Where are the parents?
7:50 For millennials, marriage is viewed as a capstone, rather than a cornerstone, of their life
11:00 When you live together with your boyfriend/girlfriend and prioritize your respective careers, it makes it harder to combine your lives as a married couple
12:35 The cohab mindset leads to poor preparation for marriage and diminishes happiness by “sliding into marriage”
15:45 Whether it’s 1971 or 2021, most mothers step out of the workforce at a far greater rate than fathers
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