How to handle an extramarital affair

Number of View: 796How to handle an extramarital affair  By John Ng | 20/02/2013 When your other half strays from the relationship and looks elsewhere for emotional or physical needs, you might choose to end the relationship immediately or choose to remain in it. Either way, a marital affair outside has crippling effects that can be felt by both parties for some time. The emotional trauma guts your soul and more often than not, the unintentional hurt affects your kids too. So what is an affair anyway? No, that drunken debauchery from your brother’s Christmas party does not count (Unless …

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When Your Marriage Is Over

Number of View: 558 When Your Marriage Is Over By: Vivian Vega (View Profile)  When your marriage is over, your world feels like it’s been turned upside down. One moment your life is filled with love and affection, caring and being supportive for one another, waking up each day with a smile on your face, ready to face the world … and then, boom! A bomb is dropped in your life suddenly, like a glass vase falling off your shelf. Pieces everywhere, emotions intensely prevalent and then, you are at a loss, not knowing exactly caused this to occur. After twelve years of marriage, I began …

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How to Recover from an Affair

Number of View: 437 How to Recover from an Affair Edited byDanine Manette and 14 others Realize that you are in shock. Initially, this is the phase where you are simply in disbelief. You cannot comprehend that your spouse has been physically or emotionally intimate with someone other than yourself; that your spouse was sneaking around and going out of his/her way to make time and seek out this person. And all the while you were oblivious… you begin piecing the puzzle together and you realize that so much of your reality was actually a lie. During this phase, you …

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How To Heal the Pain of Divorce

Number of View: 840 By Cathy Meyer, About.com Guide Everyone who goes through a divorce experiences pain and grief, but some may be more profoundly affected. Some do not cope as well as others. Divorce can be a traumatic experience and healing from it takes time. There are some ways you can help yourself move through the healing process. Difficulty: Hard Time Required: Depends on the person Here’s How: Develop a support system. Find those friends and family who will be there to see you through the times when you need a shoulder to cry on or someone to listen. …

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Should You Change Your Sexual Habits for Your Partner?

Number of View: 401 Navigating the complexities of sex and relationships     by Amy Muise, Ph.D Should You Change Your Sexual Habits for Your Partner?       How sexual compromise can enhance relationship satisfaction Published on January 25, 2013 by Amy Muise, Ph.D in The Passion Paradox Over the course of a romantic relationship, there are bound to be times when your sexual interests diverge from your partner’s interests. Perhaps you enjoy having sex at night, but your partner prefers morning sex. Maybe you desire sex about once or twice a week, but your partner would like to have sex once …

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Jobless man made homeless and penniless by court’s decision after divorce

Number of View: 997First of all, tell us abit about yourself – how long were you married and any kids? Twenty one  years of marriage with 3 kids –  girl – 19 , boy – 16   and another boy – 14.  I am fifty years old now. I was a financial advisor  for the last 20 years before quitting recently to focus on my divorce case. I am also acting on my own defence  due to a lack of cash to get a lawyer.  What was the court’s decision for visitation rights after the divorce? The Court order allows me …

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How to tell if a guy likes you – Five signs he’s interested (articlesbase.com)

Number of View: 1662 How can you tell if a guy likes you or is interested? You noticed him when you were standing and talking with a friend. You think he noticed you, but maybe it was your imagination or just wishful thinking. He looked at you at about the same time you saw him. Your eyes met for just a few seconds, and then you looked away. When you looked back up, he was talking with some other people. Was he watching you as you mingled? Or were you making that up? How can you tell if a guy …

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Divorced man checking on reducing maintenance payment to ex-wife

Number of View: 1330 Hi Gilbert, First of all,  I would like to thank you for setting up http://www.steadymarriages.com for people like us who are divorced and need emotional support. My scenario:- Married for 5 years. Officially divorced in June this year; no kids. Mutual agreement that I pay my wife $30,000 (lump sum) and subsequent monthly maintenance of $250. Currently:- My wife is living in Malaysia (JB) and is travelling to and fro  Singapore for work. My finances are tighter (no OT and currently studying a part time course) Basic less than 2k. I would like to reduce the …

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The 10 Most Important Things In Life I Learned From Talking To Old People

Number of View: 791 I’m a relatively young man. I don’t consider myself wise but I do pay attention more than most people my age. Obviously none of you online know me, but I am what you call mouthy. I love to tell stories, jokes, and in general my life is an open book. I love to have fun and tell those around me exactly what I’m thinking. Believe it or not when I am not talking I am doing something even more important, listening. I truly enjoy a good conversation and especially with those older. I give speeches (mostly …

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10 Steps to Recover from a Divorce or Breakup

Number of View: 539 10 Steps to Recover from a Divorce or Breakup Posted by Rinatta Paries on May 3, 2010 11:08 PM Divorce, or the breakup of a serious relationship, can be a devastating ordeal, and recovering from them can be a difficult, treacherous road. Sometimes people don’t recover at all. Others, although appearing to be past their divorce or breakup, still carry the pain with them, as well as the fear of getting close to a partner again. Below are ten ways to help you recover, get your life back on track, and guarantee a bright relationship future. …

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