Are you tired of watching Bachelor while your husband gets lost on his IPad. Do you think you learn more about him from his Facebook pages than from what’s been mentioned in passing? Being married means always having someone to turn to. Right? Sometimes wrong. Waking up beside your supposed intimate other and feeling lonely, now that’s depressing?
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1. We fight a lot and don’t seem to resolve things 2. He drinks more than I am comfortable with. 3. I am afraid he just wants to control me. 4. Our interests are not really alike 5. He doesn’t seem interested at all in my friends. 6. He is more interested in being with his guy friends than me. 7. When I have asked him to get help, he refuses and doesn’t believe there’s a problem. Pay attention to these issues. If you are feeling concerned, there’s probably a reason.
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.Seven things your guy feels after cheating on you 1. He had hoped that you would never find out. 2. He wants you to believe he had not intended it to get out of hand. 3. He can’t believe that he has done this to you. 4. He is blown away by how much pain he has caused you. 5. Her wishes you could move beyond it and not keep bringing it up. 6. He does not know what to say when you want to go over it again. 7. He feels interrogated and wishes he could defend himself and knows he can’t.
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There is a village far, far, away, with a name none of us can pronounce in a part of the world we know nothing accurate about. In that village a boy lives with his angry abusive uncle because his parents were killed two years ago in a mortar attack. A mortar attack is the kind of experience most of us will never understand. This boy understands it all too well. For the first time in his life last year he went to school, but three months ago his school was destroyed by a mortar attack. His Uncle talks hate all day long. His Uncle’s friends do too.
“Relationships are hard work.” We’ve all heard it. Most people believe it and that unquestioned belief in and of itself is an evil spell that is cast on most relationships before they ever take root. The thing is, it’s not true. Healthy relationships are not hard work. Healthy relationships make the actual work of living life easier, lighter, and more manageable.
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