Category Archives: Divorce
Let’s back up the words “I love you” with this kind of love. Continue reading
Passive Responders: the good is they tend to have a ton of patience. The shadow side is their silence often makes them complicit in the conflict, or at the very least uncaring toward the people in it. Evasive Responders: the … Continue reading
Consider four negative patterns of communication that hurt good relationships.
The danger in emotional love is that it can lead to a delusional euphoric state of stupidity. Have you ever been in the state of stupidity? Do you know anyone in one now? Continue reading
If your 18-year factor was marked by a significant disruption or a serious dysfunction, it will have a definite effect on your identity, security, and relationship skills.
In the US, 45%–50% of all first marriages, and 60% of second marriages end in divorce. One survey indicated that about half of those who divorced later wished that they or their ex-spouse had worked harder to resolve their differences. Continue reading
While obtaining a divorce is relatively easy, the experience of divorce is anything but easy. Continue reading
For this plan to work, husbands and wives must be secure in their love for each other. Continue reading