As loving and logical as it may seem to maintain a marriage to protect kids, is it actually a valid point?
We become complacent and bored with our relationships. The habits and unique traits of our mate begin to wear on and annoy us.
There are very important questions that you must ask when you are in the dating world. Unless you understand where your distrust comes from and begin investigating it to solve it, you will never be in a natural and healthy relationship.
If you and your ex are like gasoline and fire together, you are not doing anyone, least of all your children, any favors to force interactions in attempt to co-parent. Parallel parenting recognizes that the parents each love their children, but contact between the two is not a good idea.
Maybe ignoring your way out of a relationship isn’t the worst way to end it. Here’s why.
You may be at risk for toxic relationships. Here’s how to tell.
While it’s fine to test the temperature of a new relationship, be aware that your neediness may keep you two from developing a stable bond.
What is institutional distrust, and how does it do so much damage?
“Super Parent,” let me just tell you that the rest of us are tired of your game! Take off your mask and your fake cape, and get real!
I am still fighting in my head for a person and a life. But it’s a lonely fight because there is no one there with me, there hasn’t been for some time now.
It’s a life long process and not an easy one, but it’s worth the hard work to know you’ve lived a happy life and not just existed. So figure out what will help you do that and you won’t regret it.
Not every child of divorce ends up an addict, or homeless, or a problem child with behavioral issues. Sometimes, remaining in a broken relationship is more likely to cause these types of psychological issues.
I’m afraid that she will grow up to hate me, that I can’t show her how to be married.
Long-gestating anger will never allow you to move forward emotionally. Instead, you are hanging on to someone that hurt you in a powerful way and your emotions are still too raw for you to do anything but linger in the past.
After my divorce, I learned so much about myself and you will too.
In a small, enclosed space conflict was inevitable, and knowing that there was nowhere to stomp away to put me in the immediate frame of mind for resolution.