Every Top 10 list of life's biggest stressors includes it. And it's usually right at the top, right below the biggest one of all, death of a loved one. So if you're a woman facing this life altering process, it's certainly understandable that you would be looking for some specific divorce help for women.
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No one wants to admit they get angry, especially when it gets out of control and hurts the ones we love. But for some of us it happens often and so there are some pretty clear signs that you have anger issues that we all should be open to considering.
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We all can act a little crazy at times, but when acting crazy-like becomes a pattern it can be an indication of something bigger. If you've discovered that your partner's strange behavior is due to a midlife crisis, then you're soon going to be asking just how long does midlife crisis last?
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A lot of women want to (or feel like they have to) be okay with porn viewing by their partner, but struggle with the feelings they have about it. One common feeling is of betrayal. But why does porn feel like betrayal?
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In this article I'll discuss 3 common beliefs about men and sex. There certainly are a lot of misperceptions associated with men and sex, but we'll start with these biggies. First, do men want sex all the time?
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My partner loves me but is not in love with me is one of the most painful things to have to accept. In fact, most partners cannot believe it when they hear it. Hearing these words typically comes as a complete shock.
What follows being told he loves me but is not in love with me is what makes hearing these words even harder to understand and accept. Often after this is said a bag gets packed and the partner leaves, separates or says they want a divorce. A woman I'm counseling right now came home to find a note on the kitchen counter saying not much more than, "I love you, but am no longer in love with you," and her husband had moved out.
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Everyone believes they can recognize relationship abuse. The stereotypical sign of an abusive relationship is a man hitting a woman, like former-NFL football player, Ray Rice, punching and knocking out his then fiancee, Janay, in an elevator last year. But the domestic violence form of relationship abuse is actually the minority form, it just happens to be the one that gets all of the publicity and is the easiest to recognize as being wrong.
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