Divorce when young children are involved: one woman’s experience of staying friends with a spouse and how she did it.
Sometimes the things we do together can be contagious. Can divorce be a group activity? And where do those ideas come from?
As times change our whole concept of relationships being long term has as well. I don’t believe this is a positive thing, I truly think we have lost something as a society. However, this said, we are also allowed to accept that it does happen and to live a full life after this. We need to look at all things as a climb to some great conscious awareness about life and living. Writing this article was a way to let all women know who are my age, or close to it, that despite societies need to make our life’s significance dependent on attachment to another, there is a profound enlightenment, which only comes with discovery of your inner self. I dedicate this article to all women, as a way of saying, and to say I am sorry I failed at marriage, but as women we do have worth outside of it.
Recently my husband and I joined my husband’s ex-wife and her boyfriend for a beer at the local pub. That’s not the interesting part, though to some it might be. To others, it should be a lesson, which I’ll get to in a moment. The interesting part was the look on the bartender’s face.
How do we bounce back after a devastating break-up? Sometimes letting go makes us stronger.
When you’re down and out and unable to go on, sometimes you need to borrow the courage to move forward. Once you do, a time may come when someone else needs it — and you can pay it forward.
Jess and her husband broke up, made up, broke up, and now they’re together again. Will it last? Jess realizes that’s not the most important question when it comes to love.
Ever since I started reading Us Weekly (and I honor its title by religiously reading it weekly), I’ve been under the impression that there had to be some sort of conspiracy theory to explain why nearly every single Hollywood couple divorces.
When marriages break up, what do we take with us and what do we leave behind? Is it too little? Is it ever enough? Michael Lebowitz offers up his moving day list.
On Father’s Day, a woman contemplates the fathers she has known and never known, and how she came to the conclusion that men leave.