I had a great email from a woman the other day, and I want to share it with you, because her problem is something you’re bound to run into if you haven’t already. Here’s the email… “Dear David, Here’s my question. I’m a 46-year-old woman, and I’m divorced. I’m now in this seemingly great relationship. We play by all the rules and it feels perfect. My new man tells me how he wants to get married, and because we both have children, we have a blended family, which he says feels magical.
Did you know most relationships can be fixed, sometimes when a break up happens and a couple gets back together their bond is even stronger than before. A lot of couples break up and get back together, it’s a cycle sometimes it’s not fair and it sucks but the lucky ones do win in the end and get their lovers back… Right you're not feeling so lucky are you?
Life deals the hardest hand anyone could ever play, sometimes it feels like there is no way to win and it’s easier to just fold and give up.. Maybe that’s how you feel right now in your dating life? Are you in a bad situation right now Love wise? Are you stuck on your ex-lover and just can’t seem to move forward? Does your heart tell you that you belong together and you just won’t feel complete with another person?
Why did you say those things? How could you want me back in your life after sounding so serious when we broke up? Did you realize what you said, and now you miss me and think I'll Just run back to you? Your joking right ? "Click" Does that conversation sound anything like you and your ex lover? Don't stress everything has a solution and we can fix this even though it seems impossible and like they never want to see you again.
It's simple to talk to an old flame when you don't have to look at him. So, an email relationship post-divorce is ideal. But when there are children involved in your relationship, keeping things civil between the two of you is even more paramount. Keeping the emails free of judgement, blame and arrogance is key to keeping a rift in your adult relationship from causing a rift in the one with your kids.
According to the Huffington Post, Kim Kardashian's doctor has warned her that the stress from her divorce could have long-term effects on her unborn child. That shouldn't come as a surprise, given that both divorce and pregnancy are among life's ten most stressful events.
Drum roll, please! Here’s my TOP TEN LIST OF BEST-DOWN-IN-THE-DUMPS-ABOUT-LOVE songs. 1. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry - Hank Williams 2. Love Hurts – Roy Orbison 3. She’s Out of My Life – Michael Jackson 4. In My Life – The Beatles 5. Unbreak My Heart – Toni Braxton 6. Even Now – Barry Manilow
Dealing with your significant other's ex can be awkward — but when she's an ex-wife and you're a current wife, it can be downright unbearable. You may think if you act cordial toward her she'll return the favor. But then she comes over to drop off the kids with their dad, and your best intentions are met with an icy glance and little else.
Soon after separating from my ex-husband, a close friend of mine offered me a special birthday present: a day at one of the most exclusive local beauty salons. While there I met the sexiest guy on Earth. And then we went of on our first date. He began talking about his ex and I couldn't help but to take her side... about everything.
It's official. It's over. Actually it's been over for quite some time now. Then why are you still stuck with your ex? You may think you're doing your best to move on, but somehow you just can't shimmy away from him/her. Truth be told even if you aren't in physical contact you may be fooling yourself with lots of sneaky subtle behaviors that keep you connected and prevent you from meeting someone new!
If only "washing a man out of our hair" were as simple as a wash, rinse and repeat cycle. In reality, breaking off attachment to an ex is hard—but not impossible—work. Here are 10 easy-to-follow tips for washing a hard-to-forget ex from your life: 1. Indulge In A "Pity Diet"
Losing! Charlie Sheen certainly isn’t winning anymore. With the last of his “goddesses” gone, light -- err, tiger’s blood? -- has been shed once again on his tumultuous and not-so-private love life. The notorious “Two and a Half Men” star has certainly had an infamous year, and it’s been definitely hard to keep track not only of his outrageous one-liners, but more importantly, his web of romantic scandals. Lost already? Fear not! From Kelly Preston and Denise Richards to hookers and porn stars, YourTango revisits and highlights some of Sheen’s former, real-life leading ladies.