I was divorced over the past school year and our children are facing their first summer of divided holidays. How can I make sure that our children feel Ok with plans? What can I do to keep myself on track? First of
My X husband waited until after we were married to try and convince me he didn’t want to have children. I reluctantly agreed to his decision. Then I heard he had a child with another woman and we are divorcing. I am
We were married for 17 years and have two children. Our daughter is a teen and our son is a few years younger. My son is sullen and withdrawn. My daughter spends her days furious with me and yet I didn’t cause
I have never been happier. He left a year ago. At first I was gutted but then with each day of freedom and independence I felt better. Not having to worry about someone’s moods, or piles of dirty clothes or their lies.
He said he would never and he did. He said he would never be unfaithful and he was. He said when we separated he would be reasonable about settling the terms of our separation given what he did and he is not.
We divorced years ago and both of us moved on to new partners. Our only daughter is grown, married and has two children. I am devoted to all of them. My problem is that my former wife shows no interest in our
Not so much a question as a statement and alert to other married couples. My wife and I will be separating after nearly 30 years of marriage. We drifted apart. We both let it happen. I don’t blame her and I hope
I was in a committed relationship for ten years. For many reasons we mutually agreed to separate. My problem is that because we weren’t married my friends are a bit dismissive. I feel that some of them think it was a lesser relationship
Since I found out about my ex husband’s affair I have changed. I know I have. I feel like a character in one of those TV dramas, obsessing about everything in my life. There are days when it seems all I can
I think my husband is having an affair. I have played mind games for months trying to convince myself it is just my imagination. He has become so distant both physically and emotionally. When he walks in the door he brushes past
I will be one of those grey divorcees in a few months. Our children are grown and they are having difficulty with this new phase in our family life. I have a few good years left. I desperately wanted to live some
My former mother-in-law sees our children regularly. We never got along even before the divorce. She criticized me constantly. I could never do anything right including be a husband to her daughter. I know she has a right to visit her grandchildren