Though money was found as a usual reason of arguments, the study also found that Filipino adults are generous when it comes to finances.
“They are highly likely to provide mutual financial support, with almost all adults providing some financial support to at least one other person,” the study revealed.
While the Philippines ranked second in terms of relationship fulfillment, the research found that money is the usual source of arguments here, with 46 percent of couples admitting they argue about it.
Second to money is technology, with 41 percent citing they argue about the lack of attention, and 37 percent complaining about spending too much time on phone or computer.“But you have to trust yourself to ask questions about things that make you feel uncomfortable.” “In the first blush of romance, people overlook a lot of stuff because they’re so excited,” says clinical psychologist Marie Hartwell-Walker, Ed D.But after a month or so, that’s when it’s time to look closer. She always wants to know where you are, or shows up late all the time.Are these things just annoying, or signs of relationship trouble ahead?