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Quote:I guess the issue is I don't know how to separate finances without it seeming like I am asking for a D. You don't get it. If she is wayward, the last thing you need to relay is that she can do whatever and you still won't divorce her! Stop
I can't even stand what is going on here. My husband has been gone a month and whenever he talks to me, which is rare, it's not very nice. He is uncomfortable around me because of the hurtful things that he is thinking. That is what he tells me.
AndrewP, Wow! I had, up until this point, never heard of the Stockdale paradox! Oh man, this will certainly be incorporated into my GAL and thinking! I always felt the "dates" for where certain things should be happening didn't make any sen
Gosh, thank you all so much. I've decided that I'm going to approach this from a place of compassion. It must have been a really hard decision to make and Im just going to have to trust that he thought long and hard about it. There's been enough ti
Lost, hopefully you can find a financial resolution that does not involve D for the interim. Sounds like your W is being very 'my way or the highway' though. It's tricky, for sure. In my case H and I agreed on how we'd split up assets, got separate b
my wife and I are very bad at communicating our issues to each each other. We usually swallow it and it ends up festering and turning into resentment. She basically told me last night that she has been feeling unloved and unwanted for awhile which ha
Originally Posted By: AndrewP You may want to take Christy up on her offer - the people on the other end of that phone know a lot more than us amateur fellow sufferers who hang out here on the forum. Otherwise you may want to see what is available f
Lost, In my case, it took actually filing for D for things to begin to turn around. Separating your finances is not what will cause a D to happen. It is her A that will cause a D to happen unless you decide you are ok living in an open marriage. Rig
Originally Posted By: PacLoveI was going to respond to your earlier question about the thought that the more time they spend together the closer they will be but it seems like you may have come to your own conclusion on that.... reality will sync in
MSP Detachment is stopping co-dependency. This is where your spouse affects how you feel emotionally - because you are dependent on their words and actions. IE You ride a rollercoaster of emotion due to their actions and words. Detachment is therefo
Originally Posted By: Ginger1Originally Posted By: lostasfI really appreciate everyone's comments. My genuine concern now is that she is getting an apartment. I don't really feel comfortable with financing this, as I feel that will be condoning t
Friday Lawyer/Divorce Court Joke: A judge was interviewing a man regarding his pending divorce, and asked, “What are the grounds for your divorce?” He replied, “About four acres and a nice little home in the middle of the property with a stream run
When a WW sees or suspects one tiny step back from her H, she will do these type of things, b/c she wants him to stay where he is......which is attached to her. It's crazy! She doesn't want to be his W, but she doesn't want him having anyone else
Originally Posted By: ciluzen About your H having the "man flu"; does he do that a lot? Before bomb drop, my H would come home from work and fall asleep on the couch after dinner almost every night. He had started sleeping downstairs becaus
Originally Posted By: Bee29Esame, I am about to fall asleep but I just have to tell you that I cannot stop laughing seeing your post about cushions and scented candles. Just like you, I'm making my house MY house, now that I know that h does not plan
Divorce is finished in August. ExW married om 2 weeks later. I have s15 alternating weeks. He's going the high school 2 miles from my place. Previous topic: http://www.divorcebusting.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=2683986#Post268
Just journaling a little. The past couple of days I've had some pangs of sadness, not necessarily anger at all, just the sad feeling when you know someone has gone. This has mainly been induced by the sadness visible in my s. After the other day and
Thank you for the edit job maybe one day I'll manage to add a link properly. Until then it's good to know that you got my back. My cushion buying habit is out of hand now, so I need to stop buying any more cushions, throws or similar paraphernali