The emotional distress caused by the discovery of marital infidelity can make the best of people take irrational (and sometimes unwise) actions.
Marriage and Divorce
Did you know that more couples split during the week of Valentine’s Day than any other week during the year? So beware: the Breakup Week of Breakup Season is upon us!
As long as both individuals are willing to commit their time and effort to make use of these tools, recovery from addiction is not only possible but probable.
Not many think of a background check before marriage as part of a standard marriage process. Hopefully, before someone has broached the topic of marriage, they have already established enough of a foundation of trust that they would have disclosed everything their partner needed to know ahead of time.
You are enough. When the obsession with needing and pleasing a man fades to the back burner, the rest of what life has to offer has a chance to shine through.
Most marriages go the way of divorce because spouses fail to pay attention to the simple things that keep a marriage humming along and both spouse’s happy.
Whether or not money is the root of all evil, we can feel it’s pervasive influence in many key areas of life, including work, health, social activities – and failed marriages.
The best divorce advice for couples on the brink of separating is to work on rebuilding trust.
Finding common ground and placing communication on the forefront will hopefully help you and your partner maintain a healthy and balanced relationship.
As cohabitation grows in popularity among couples, there is some confusion regarding the legal rights people have in a cohabiting relationship compared to in a marriage.