Woman with 2 young kids contemplating divorce after husband has affair

Number of View: 361 Hi Gilbert, I discovered my husband is still having an affair with the same woman I found out in 2008. He doesn’t know that I have seen his watsapp conversation with the woman yet.  I had suffered a depression because of this few years back. I am now fully recovered after 4-5 years. We have a house and 2 young kids. I am a highly paid professional with a stable job and have my parents staying at our place helping to look after the kids.  We also have a domestic helper. Can I ask ithe following:- …

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Dating After Divorce: 10 Rules For A Stress-Free Love Life Post-Split

Number of View: 434 Dating After Divorce: 10 Rules For A Stress-Free Love Life Post-Split The Huffington Post | Posted: 03/19/2013 12:36 pm EDT  |  Updated: 03/25/2013  4:41 pm EDT Think nothing could be more stressful than going through divorce? Try dating after a split, which can be a major source of anxiety for recently-separated singles. Navigating the dating scene after divorce does involve getting out of your comfort zone — but it doesn’t have to be stressful, if you’re able to embrace a healthy mindset and follow a few basic dating rules. “People expect, especially later in life, that …

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Gender Differences and Why They Don’t Matter So Much

Number of View: 273 Gender Differences and Why They Don’t Matter So Much Published by Harriet Hall under Evolution,General,History Comments: 209 Several incidents have recently created divisions within the skeptical community.  The latest one was over a casual comment Michael Shermer made in an online talk show. He was asked why the gender split in atheism was not 50/50, “as it should be.” He said he thought it probably was 50/50, and suggested that the perception of unequal numbers might be because attending and speaking at atheist conferences was more of “a guy thing.” They might have asked him to …

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How Long Does “Typical” Divorce Recovery Take?

Number of View: 557 How Long Does “Typical” Divorce Recovery Take? If you’re not moving beyond your divorce, you may be doing something wrong Published on April 18, 2010 by Susan Pease Gadoua, L.C.S.W. in Contemplating Divorce One of the most common questions newly divorcing people have for me is, “how long will it take before I’m over this divorce ordeal? My answer is always the same: “How long it takes to “recover” from a divorce depends on a number of factors, including how long you were together, how good the relationship was and how committed you were to your …

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Wife suffering inside from a cold distant relationship

Number of View: 259 Hi Gilbert, Thanks for reverting. I don’t have the mettle to go through the support group sessions. My hubby  is basically a good guy, great sense of humour, reliable friend, pubbing buddy, best travel partner. But he is emotionally unavailable. And he has other personal issues which he would not deal with. Kind of  makes it very hard for me as his wife. Tried personal counselling, marital counselling and talking to him. Didn’t work… He is only able to give knee-jerk reactions. Like now. Yesterday I told him I want out. Now he is frantically doing …

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