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I would not go as far as to say I enjoyed myself. I had a better time than I thought I would. I met up with an old acquaintance so that was cool. Meal was good, the beer too. All free! Plus I negotiated a discount on my supplies. So loads of good poi
I agree, FG, although I definitely did not intend to give anyone a look-see into my situation that night. The anniversary really got me down, though, so I'm sure I wasn't all that peppy. Honestly, I think the weight loss might have been the biggest
Originally Posted By: AmyTx I am also praying more -- daily for my H and his safety, my D for the events of this MLC to be minimal on her, and for me to heal, grow, and see the path I need to take in the future. I found that if I try to look to far
This reminds me of conversations I have had w/ my IC -- where she encouraged me to express my feelings to my W, that what she's chosen to do is really hard on me. She thought being authentic and expressive is a part of not being a doormat. But of co
Hello btrfly3, I'm so sorry for the situation you are in. It is going to sound like an echo around here. Getting a lawyer is really important to learn your rights and protect yourself financially. Be kind to yourself and set realistic goals. Is b
Brother.... I have nothing to say, except I understand the emotions that you are expressing here..... We know the days will get better. Stop and breath and feel the emotions........ A virtual man hug for you my friend. (((Coconut)))
I hope MC went well for you today, lt0402. My weekend was pretty good. Lots of GAL -- took D12 to her cross country meet, D10 to his soccer game. Took D12 to church (our new tradition -- crazy what an agnostic (at best) Dad will do for a daughter)
with the sadness comes a desire to communicate with her.. Since we work together, we used to always IM each other on the office communicator, and I keep having to stop myself from IM'ng her today Also, find my mind wandering, should I hug her on
I have had a hard week as well and I didn't go through mediation...maybe its the change of weather...I dunno...I have the same struggle with the missing her which is normal and thinking if she misses me as well...lol...luckily that doesn't consume me
LiM, Have a gameplan of things to do, or a book to read. Your mind will wander. Keep it busy. It's ok to gain persepective on the relationship when GAL; just don't make it anywhere near your focus. Your focus should be on what you're grateful
Andrew, This is your safe place to journal. Why feel guilty for posting when you have nothing to report? You can always post about what you are doing w/your life. That's truly what is important right now...taking care of yourself.
Wow, thank you all for taking the time to respond. I will into finding a good lawyer this week. I know you're right, I can't predict how he'll act in this situation. I need to keep repeating that this is not the same H I've known and loved for s
Journaling. I feel guilty posting here when there's nothing to post about. I'm on my lunch break right now back in my regular office for the first time in a week. A number of my colleagues are away so it's very quiet. A good friend who has been a
Thanks for asking CT. To be honest with myself, every day is difficult. And will remain difficult while we are in in-house separation. Until D takes place. But I have arrived at a place -- sadly -- where I think overall a D will be better than what
I'm in Texas and we have a ton of state parks that are very close by. I have a very large tent but its too big for just me. Gonna buy a smaller 3 person tent just big enough for me and my dog. For the first time in my life, I have a dog that won't ru
I've looked for a more secular alternative to DivorceCare and not had much luck, bigybiz, at least not locally in my neck of the woods. I would also very much welcome an alternative. The only other thing that I have attended is a local meetUp g
Man, I love camping.. what part of the US / World are you from? Let me know if you need any suggestions on what to buy or places to go. Also, just as a thought, if you are in the US and haven't been camping for awhile, you may want to consider rent
Camping is great for the soul. Outstanding GAL resolution, LiM. I'm no expert and would give a lot to be be piecing, but I really think developing and experiencing things you're passionate can only help your situation, not hurt it.
Ok, message received. Buying a tent today and I intend to go camping in short order. I always enjoyed camping when I was younger so I'm going to get out and do that again. Maybe even teach myself to start a fire without matches.
Thanks surfer, I guess the idea of reconciliation just seems like something that won't happen. But like you say , I won't do any heavy lifting towards it. Had a routine antenatal appointment today, my heart rate was sky high, when I explained the s
That's great news of going to the football together. This is what I explained to my wh is important. That where the kids are concerned we are still a team in parenting. I've seen kids with divorced parents worrying about who to invite to events and t