Author: William J Fulton

Having the Money Talk With Your Significant Other

A topic I always found interesting growing up, and just money overall in general. When at the point in your relationship do you bring up money and finances? According to Magnify Money in 2017, 21% of respondents noted that the reason for their divorce was money. In today’s world of student and personal debt, many

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Just Like a Car: Relationships Require Maintenance

We all need to put effort in maintaining the relationships we have in our lives, that is if we want to do that. This statement goes for romantic relationships and friendships. Have you ever heard someone say you know, “I just don’t see that person that much anymore. We live in the same town and

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How to Build Trust in a Relationship

Trusting in a relationship first begins with yourself. If you have a difficult time trusting yourself in general, it will make it difficult for you to trust your partner in a loving and healthy way. Trust begins with knowing yourself enough to let go of all expectations and be present with what you have in

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Body Language and Dating

So many of you out there probably never pay attention to people’s body language, especially when it comes to dating. But, you use body language everyday of your life whether that be in business, school, dating life, etc. Your body language tells your story. It tells the other person you’re talking to how you’re feeling,

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5 Unhealthy Habits in Relationships

Last week I wrote an article about Healthy Habits in Relationships. Well, you guessed it this week I wanted to write about the opposite. We all have unhealthy habits that we do in our daily lives. Some I’m sure are quite disgusting. But, having unhealthy habits when dating or in a relationship with someone is

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5 Healthy Relationship Habits

Forming positive habits in a relationship early on will only make a relationship stronger/better but will also have an impactful experience for both partners that are together. As we start dating someone over a longer period of time we learn a lot about them, and together form habits with each other. Below, I wanted to

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When He or She Asks about Exes

Alright so let’s get this over with. I’m sure most of you reading this right have an ex…. Maybe it’s been five years since you’ve been in your last relationship, and you’re still holding a grudge against your ex. Maybe you’re still friends with your ex and talk on a regular basis – although I’ve

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Three Things They Should be Teaching in Schools

When I look back on all the bullshit they teach you in school, it just blows my mind. Our school system in America does not set you up for success whatsoever in life. But, then again success could come in many different forms for people. I don’t even remember 80% of the stuff that I

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Creating New Habits

I just recently read a great book about how we form habits in our businesses and life, and why we do the things we do as humans. The book was titled, “Habit” and was written by Charles Duhigg. One of the main takeaways I received from the book was that we succeed by transforming our

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Be the One in the Room Listening and Asking Questions

The one who says the least is actually the most powerful person. You may have heard this saying from someone or even read it somewhere, but I really do believe this to be true. Powerful innovators, entrepreneurs, big thinkers, etc. are sometimes the ones who are the most quiet in the room. They are the

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