by Bob Moeller
Jim wants to have a larger family. Denise feels overwhelmed by the responsibility of raising the two children they already have.
Allison has been offered a lucrative promotion if she’ll relocate to the Southwest. Frank likes his job in the Midwest and wants to stay close to his aging parents.
Dennis has his heart set on a new sports utility vehicle. Cindy, the frugal partner, can’t stand the idea of buying a new car that will depreciate the moment they drive it off the lot. She wants to buy a used mini-van that her father will sell them below market price.
Most couples easily negotiate the give-and-take required for everyday matters, but what should you do on the rare occasion when you disagree on a major decision? Here are ten suggestions for working your way through a significant impasse.
Read the ten ways to break a stalemate on a big decision at Today’s Christian Woman.Categories: Decision-making, Helpful Articles