(800) 688-9230

Archive for Editorial – Page 2

Class Reunions & Cheating: Beware of Past Relationships

A class reunion can represent a social checkup. People whom you once rubbed elbows within the hallways, competed with academically in the classroom daily and sought out in a romantic manner reconvene after a length of time.

It can have the feeling of entering a time machine equipped with the experience and knowledge of the future.

Read More→

Are Relationships Which Begin As Affairs Bound to Fail?

What’s the long-term outlook for a relationship that begins as an affair? Does a deceitful dawn ultimately lead to an unsuccessful union?

There are no universal answers. However, there are commonalities which serve as building and roadblocks within a relationship.

Much depends on the root cause of the affair.

Read More→

Catch the Warning Signs of Infidelity Before Your Relationship Breaks Down

The concept of infidelity, when viewed through the lens of a happy, healthy relationship, is considered to be a worst-case doomsday scenario.

When everything is going well, no one expects their spouse desiring someone else, because as the saying goes, “we’re all we got, we’re all we need.”

However, history suggests that the honeymoon phase of most relationships fades and much like a new vehicle, relationships experience some wear and tear. Much like your car, you need to make a conscientious effort to maintain and take care of your relationship,

Read More→

How Much Does a Private Investigator Cost?

Money matters, but the truth is priceless. That sounds like a good tagline for any business. However, there is a point to be made that you get what you pay for, or rather expect the quality of your experience to be reflected in the quantity of cash you have to dole out.

So one’s first inclination when looking for a private investigator is to shop around. But what criteria should you be looking for?

Read More→

The Money Matters

We may be told that it’s the  wrong idea to marry (or simply be in a relationship) for money; however, the fact remains that one’s financial standing plays a pivotal role in our daily lives. So, while income and savings may not be the primary criteria in deciding who one becomes involved with, it will undoubtedly be a factor.

Lets think about it for a moment. You won’t have to access to a prospective mate’s credit score, bank account statement, or credit card bill. However, we subconsciously or not take in account a variety of characteristics that shape or serve as predictive traits of an individual’s economic standing. What is his/her job? Is it a career or merely a job? Where does he/she live? What kind of vehicle does he/she drive? What kind of clothes are in their wardrobe?  Where did he/she go to school? These are all simple questions that only begin to shape a financial blueprint.

Read More→

Call Now: (800) 688-9230