Husband feeling devastated after wife left him and three young kids for another man

Number of View: 429Dear Gilbert, My wife has left us (plus 3 Primary school going kids) in  2013 after I found out her infidelity with another man. We have been married for more than ten years, I thought our marriage and family relationship are  good until she met this man. She said she deserved a better man and life and she wanted a divorce. Both of us are working and she has stopped financially supporting the children even before she moved out of the house. Now, she hardly even called to talk to the children ever since she moved out. …

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37-year-old woman concerned about livelihood after husband initiated divorce proceedings

Number of View: 432 Hi Gilbert, I’m 37 and my husband has just initiated divorce; he felt that we’re more like friends living under the same roof. My world came shattering down. I am currently working part time (since Sep 2013) and my salary is less than $900. Prior to that I hadn’t been working for about 2 years. I lived on my savings and he took care of my daily necessities. While I am trying to digest this sudden move from him, I am very worried about my future lodging and livelihood. I am not sure if he would …

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Impact of divorce on children

Number of View: 390 Divorce Children Then number of children affected by divorce in the United States has increased in direct proportion to the number of divorces in the country. Research estimates show the ratio of children of divorce living in single parent households (compared to two parent families) has risen from about 20% in the early 1960’s up to nearly 50% in the last decade. The number of kids living with one parent in the U.S. today mirrors estimates that claim half of all marriages now end in divorce. Studies have hinted that the number could be even higher …

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How to Anchor Your Kids After Divorce: Advice to Fathers (ehow)

Number of View: 578 Divorce affects kids. There’s no question about that. In the United States there are a million new children of divorce each year. E. Mavis Hetherington, a psychology professor at the University of Virginia, reports in her book, Better or For Worse: Divorce Reconsidered, that about 25% of children from divorced families have serious social and emotional problems as opposed to 10% of children from intact families. There are ways to reduce these odds, and dads; the weighty issue is on your shoulders. Here are four steps to follow to ensure your children are minimally affected with …

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