Staggering Economy, Job Loss and Dwindling Incomes - OiGoi.com discusses impact of money problems on couple’s relationship and intimacy

OiGoi.com advises that there are several things a couple can do to help avoid arguments or a break-up during a time of financial adversity. Arguing is best left for large matters, arguing over trivial things should be dropped immediately.

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OiGoi.com, an online media outlet that helps couples with their relationship and intimacy issues, discusses the impact and proposes ways to stop money problems from interfering with the love life.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 01, 2014

As the United States is still reeling after the huge economic slump in 2008, Americans are not only dealing with aftermath professionally, but personally as well. People have lost their jobs, their homes, and subsequently their families.Money causing problems in relationship are the number one reason marriages fail. OiGoi.com, an online media outlet that helps couples with their relationship and intimacy issues, discusses the impact and proposes ways to stop money problems from interfering with the love life.

A representative from OiGoi.com states, “Being loyal to your spouse or partner is why you are together in the first place. First and foremost is to mean it when you tell them you are there for them. Be supportive, no matter what has happened, if you are having money problems and no romance, if they’ve lost their job, or someone comes down ill; always show your acceptance and willingness to move forward with them.”

Avoiding Divorce in Lieu of Financial Hardships

OiGoi.com advises that there are several things a couple can do to help avoid arguments or a break-up during a time of financial adversity. Arguing is best left for large matters, arguing over trivial things should be dropped immediately. Stop arguing with your partner about money. The couple shouldn’t raise their voice at one another, as this raises tensions and leads to resentment. Turn a critique into a compliment. Take the time to be with one another, not just during intimate moments but during workouts, walks, and always keep the lines of communication open. There are plenty of ways to spend a fun day without spending money: lying on the ground and watching the night sky, a quick picnic under the moon, etc. Cuddling and touching will improve intimacy and communications. Smiling and being polite to one another raises the level of respect and the couple then feels solidified as a team.

Be Friends, First and Foremost

Married people, OiGoi.com explains, tend to forget the key reason they formed their union, because they are friends. Marriage might seem similar to running a business, and it is, however, at the heart of it is a true friendship that needs nurturing. In times of financial crisis, OiGoi.com recommends keeping your spouse close by apologizing readily, keeping the criticisms to a minimum, and mutually agreeing on what to cut out of the budget instead of pointing fingers.

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