- HotSpring answered Some people say one marriage was enough for them and never repeat, others continue getting married. I think it is not about the number of times you get married but the level on consciousness you reach. Conscious choices are much more sustainable.
- HotSpring answered When it is about one piece of advice I would say don't take your partner for granted but I also agree that professional help is what you need most, so don't hesitate and call a marriage counselor for an appointment. Remember to be honest with your therapist and provide all the information needed.
- HotSpring answered Under the pressure of high stress levels the imune system breack down and health issues appear. As people already said here it is not the best time to make final choices but a short term separation may help you gather yourself and understand what do you need to improve in your relationship.
- HotSpring answered I hope this "bad phase" is not connected with physical abuse. Sutton32 gave you here good advices how to reconnect with your partner and sometimes a temporary separation could provide you the personal time to clear the situation and gather strength to face every issue of this "bad phase" youare dealing with.
- HotSpring answered Delicate situation. Your in-laws are his relatives. Be very diplomatic and think about any aspects before you start a conversation with your spouse about the way you feel. If you can discuss it with your mother first and the way she dealt with the same situation would be wise move.
- HotSpring answered Try to organize a romantic gataway for the two of you. When you escape everyday life issues and remember what brought you together in first place maybe you shall understand your marriage is worth saving and will figure out how to fix it. Finding out there is nothing left to be saved is also possible. Be strong and accept the situation. It is better to leave a dead relationship than slowly dying inside it.
- HotSpring answered A marriage counselor can help you deal with any aspect of family life including intimacy. An open conversation between you and your partner can help defining the roots of your intimacy issues. I hope it is nothing serious.
- HotSpring answered People here gave you really good advices, dear PORTER :) In addition I could suggest you try to reconnect with your husband by showing respect to his personal space. I mean that men need to be left alone to reconnect with their being, to center in their core and after that they come back to us more loving and willing to be part of our lives. Be patient and have faith. Maybe you just misread the signs.
- HotSpring answered Relate to your being with love and respect and your attitude shall reflect in all your realationships. You deside who you are and how to be treated by people, they just read the signs you put on your forehead, dear :)
- HotSpring answered Broken communication, alienation, walking different ways.. Need to mark the difference between problem and symptom of problem :)
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We are newlyweds and I am suspicious of my mother-in-law of not being happy with me. How can I save our marriage?Think I already read somewere here that most mothers don't beleve a woman good enough for their son even exist :)) So don't take it personal, dear, we all are facing this attitude in one way or another. Just make sure to become a fairy mother-in-law for your future daughter-in-law, not a witch as the one you are facing now :))
- HotSpring answered Pay good attention on possible signs of troubled marriage and you may not face the need of saving it.
- HotSpring answered Healing a marriage requires both partners' will to make it work. Why don't you start with an open conversation with your spouse about the issues you are facing in your marriage. People here are right - no accusations, no one's fault - just facts, situations and your point of view. You may feel the need to consult a marriage counselor and, please, do so.
- HotSpring answered To make your life stabe first you need to do so with yourself :) A stable person has a stable life and a stable marriage :) You get the point? Heal your emotions first and gain some self esteem - it will reflect on all aspects of your life.
- HotSpring answered Any time professional help could be considered as helpful, especially when talking about relationships. It is so because most of us are ashamed to confess a marriage issue to friends and family as we proudly pretend everything is ok. We are taught that to be successful in society we need to have a happy marriage and if ours is not happy we pretend it to be. In the end we are lost in illusions and nothing is real any more.
- HotSpring answered It is sad and painful fo go trough a separation, especially two times in a row but it has a bright side also - it is the second time you walk away from somebody you are not ment to be with :) Maybe your soulmate is waiting for you behind the corner and you needed those painful lessons with the first and second divorce to be able to recognize the right person when you face him. It is not all about the colors of the eyes and appearance but valuable qualities and attitude. Overview your priorities before you start the next relationship.
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I'm not interested in any counseling. But my wife insists on it before thinking about divorce. What should I do?Always listen to your woman, especially when it is about her merely last wish as "your woman". It can save you lots of troubles in court later. Always please your woman - that's what a wise man does.
- HotSpring answered I also agree we should not forbid dating to our teenagers but provide them propriate education.