Grown up daughter concerned about matrimonial asset of divorcing parents

Number of View: 291    Dear Gilbert   I chanced to read your blog on marriage and divorce situation and urgently hope you can provide us some info. My dad and  mum (both above 55 years old) are looking into divorce, they have not been staying together for a decade but the marriage broke down as long as 20 years ago.  We like your professional help on the below questions:-   1. They registered their marriage in Malaysia as  my dad is a Malaysian and my  mum a Singaporean. Now both are Singaporeans and about to divorce, what should be the procedure? …

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Every Third Woman Would Have Real Sex with Her Virtual Partner

Number of View: 855 Every fourth Australian woman is ready to have unprotected sex on the first date, claims the research conducted by the Australian Sexuality Research and Social Policy organization. In addition the research found that every third woman would have intimate relationship with her virtual partner, she found on various web resources, such as Facebook, LiveJournal and other social resources, says Ninemsn. Moreover, 27% of women were ready for more: they claimed to be ready to have oral sex with their new partners. Experts claim that these results could not be called surprising for Australian society, since medical …

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How to Handle your Emotions During Divorce

Number of View: 247 How to Handle your Emotions during Divorce Divorce brings out the lunatic within us. Rage, anger, depression, sadness, resentment and blame are just some of negative emotions running the show. Your emotional state is hard to pin down from one moment to the next. This is not the best state of mind to be in when you are being called upon to handle so many things and make so many very important choices and decisions. Tame the gremlin We need to tame the gremlin, (that negative mind chatter within), learn to be less reactive and be …

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Lady divorcee struggled with shared custody of son

Number of View: 293 Hi Gilbert,   Previously, I  have emailed you regarding  my divorce and child custody matter  to you.    Finally, my divorce has been settled.   Everything was quite smooth from the beginning after I managed to get in contact with my ex husband from facebook.    We have joint custody and care and control was given  to my ex.   We actually have an agreement that we will get a nanny, he will be paying for the fees and our son will stay over my mum’s place for the weekend –  at least until he is able …

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Divorce Recovery

Number of View: 328   Divorce and Your Emotions Just as the legal and financial process of divorce will take time, the emotional process of separating from your partner and establishing yourself as a healthy single individual will take time and will happen in stages. Divorce causes major emotional upheaval in the lives of everyone it touches. Most people find themselves to be alternately angry, sad, bitter, hopeless, and overwhelmed during the divorce. They may feel adrift or afraid of what the future holds. They may romanticize their ex-partner and feel that to be together again, even in an unhappy …

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Men look at face, women look down there

Number of View: 3295In spite of the common believe erotic photographs evoke different reactions for men and women, Center of Behavioral Neuroscience (CBN) study says. Women show more interest and pay more attention to sexual actsand men focus on faces. Women and men were tested on visual response to erotic photographs that depicted sexual act to make clear the nature of sexual urges and their influence on health. The tests were made using eye-tracking technology that show the visual focus on various body parts. It was supposed that typical response to sexual stimuli would be women looking at faces and …

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Why Men Cheat

Number of View: 593 March 18, 2010, 10:44 AM Why Men Cheat One man’s unfiltered, unadulterated explanation. Well, maybe a little adulterated. By Anonymous More from this author I’ll tell you why I cheat. I need to. Infidelity makes me remember things. The details that expand to fill my life (my upcoming performance reviews, the aches and pains of training, the recovery of my 401(k) ) and the ones that deaden it (my guilt, my smug self-satisfaction, my fake epiphanies about my progress in this life) —all of that drops away when I look down at the naked spine of …

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Talking to your kids about divorce

Number of View: 368Welcome back to Tuesday Talk. Today we’re gleaning some insight from Linda Ranson Jacobs. Linda is one of the forefront leaders in the area of children and divorce. She has been actively involved in ministering to children and their families for years. Having been both divorced and widowed, Linda was a single mom who learned firsthand the emotional and support needs of broken families, and she developed a passion to help hurting families. Linda developed the popular DC4K, DivorceCare for Kids (dc4k.org) and still serves as the DC4K Advisor. She has also developed HLP4.com which provides free …

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