Knowing your love languages and those of your partner can increase the connection and security you experience with them and enhance the quality of any close relationship. We naturally tend to express love in the same way we prefer to receive love. We’re more successful when we express our feelings in the love language most easily understood by our partner or best friend. Do you know your primary love languages or want to find out?
Six months into this pandemic you still have a good paying job and you’ve actually built up your savings account. Should you continue to save or are there some better alternatives?
We all want to do better! Increased recognition, better pay, improved performance, more followers… Sure, we can work harder and put in more hours but there’s a limit to that. Is there a better way?
The ability to love another person is fundamental to any close relationship. We’ve all experienced love at one time or another, and love is an innate part of being human. That doesn’t mean we’ve mastered the ability to receive and give it. How can I know if I am really in love?
A recent UBS Global Wealth Management survey found that among married millennial women, six in ten defer to their spouse to take the lead in finances to avoid disagreements, while seven in ten said they “have no idea where to begin.”
Dave Hunt is a certified professional coach, experienced mediator and teacher. With a background in corporate finance and business development, he has 40 years of experience in identifying and achieving goals. Specializing in finances and relationships, Dave helps people figure out what they need and develops a customized plan to achieve it.