Money is not the real reason for marital conflicts - unless someone marry another person in the first place because of money, not love.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 25, 2013
Hellen Chen, bestselling author and matchmaker extraordinaire, successfully ran a second workshop this year that tackled the problem of why more and more relationships are falling apart.
The audience in attendance at this Los Angeles workshop ranges from successful single working executives to married couples who want to solve marriage problems. Some in attendance were divorcees who had given up the idea of marriage again.
One of the issues brought up was in the area of economics and how financial worries made married couples quarrel and separate.
Chen said, "Money is not the real reason for marital conflicts - unless someone marry another person in the first place because of money, not love. But poor communication and a few other fundamental elements can make or break a relationship."
In a recent interview with the largest English newspaper in Helsinki, Finland, Chen advised, "Working professionals are putting career first, as opposed to forming a marriage first. That will actually create more problems in relationships. Time goes by and when one is forty, finding someone who is compatible becomes very hard."
Chen who is also a bestselling author, wrote about real-life stories of couples who have started with very little and yet improved their relationship tremendously and positively affecting their careers after marriage.
This book "the Matchmaker of the Century" was launched on Barnes and Noble in October and while debunking many marriage myths such as "romance ends where marriage begins," it struck a chord with readers and subsequently achieved #1 bestselling status in 6 categories: marriage, self-help, relationships, love and romance, self-improvement and parenting and family.
Chen's next workshop will be in March 16 2013 in Taipei, Taiwan and May 4th 2013 in Los Angeles, CA. For more information visit http://www.MatchmakerOfTheCentury.com