Disagreements about the number of children to have is one of the most difficult topics for a couple.
This is true even if you have already made the decision to bring children into your relationship, because it’s an emotional decision that can affect everything from how other children will react to financial choices.
It’s an emotional decision that can affect everything from how other children will react to financial choices.
Those emotions can make it tough to talk about family expansion — but talking about it is incredibly important, no matter where you end up on the question of whether or not to have another child.
With that in mind, here are eight tips on bringing up the desire for another child with your spouse. We hope they help you navigate what can be a tough conversation with understanding and acceptance.
1. Be patient
“Adopting a patient attitude is a critical preliminary step that needs to be taken to prepare you for the different paths the conversation can take,” says Weena Cullins, a licensed marriage and family therapist. If you’re considering bringing this up with your partner, it’s fair to assume you’ve been thinking about it for a while, so you’ve had a head start …read more
Source:: The Huffington Post – Canada Sports