A major newspaper has an advice to the lovelorn piece about an attachment to an ex-spouse. A divorced woman writes that she still wants to be friends with her ex-husband. She has reached out to him but he has not responded. She says she has grown away from her friends. The adviser writes that the woman needs to move on with her life. Her ex is not responding because he has separated from her. The advisers recommends that the woman seek counseling or the help of true friends.
The article provides an approach for couples to not let political differences between them undermine the health of their romantic relationships. Couples are encouraged to remain objective and separate the character of their spouse or partner from the political party and/or political ideology they affiliate themselves. In addition, readers are encouraged to put boundaries on political discussions with their partners and understand the importance of emphasizing other aspects of their relationships they have command ground.
- When discussing politics remember being right and winning a debate is not that important.
- Keep things in the proper priority. A candidate is four a term a partner is for a life time.
- Your partner is not the cinididate that you don’t like so don’t treat them that way.
“We may not agree on many important national policies, but we agree that loving people and loving each other are more important”
The news story explores the implications of divorce becoming legal in Ireland over 20 years ago and the impact of it in shaping modern Irish society. Participants in the piece believe that this was part of a gradual decline in the role of the Catholic Church in shaping Irish society and social morals. Many quoted believe Ireland has become a more open and less judgmental country because of more liberal attitudes toward marriage and women having greater social agency in shaping their lives.
An Egyptian man posted an announcement in the Newspaper. In the announcement he apologized to his wife for any wrong he committed. Turns out the man was angry that his wife was taking care of her sick mother. He thought she should be at home with him and his kids. So he filed for divorce because she was choosing her mother over her family. But his eldest son convinced him that it was within the teachings of Islam to care for ones parents. So the man apologized in the paper and the couple reconciled.
The article explores 23 things people say to their partners after having sexual intercourse. The responses are generated from various Twitter feeds where users shared their thoughts. Some of the responses were crass, humorous and/or inane. The responses show the various ways people interpret sex and their responses to it in the aftermath. The author provided little analysis or feedback to the responses. Instead, she merely listed them with in the body of the published article.
- People say random things after sex. It is not romantic or hot.
- Alot of after sex conversation revolves around food. Discussing what to eat is not uncommon
- Some references refer to humor such as current political reference. Such as election jokes
“You may talk dirty in the moment but once the deed is done, the conversation tends to be considerably less sexy.”
The article describes a hotel that enables couples to facilitate a divorce from their spouse in a luxury setting. Customers of the hotel are asked to pay an exorbitant fee to try and hash out their differences before defaulting to a divorce process. Couples have two days to reconcile with the divorce legally formalized in 90 days. Typically, the hotel and this approach works for couples where there is an amicable decision for terminating the marriage.
An online version of a psychology magazine has a piece written by a woman about her divorce. The woman is in her forties and is remarried. She uses as a starting point her current husband’s declaration of love. She muses about her first marriage, when she was in her twenties, and how it went wrong. She concludes that some of the blame for the marriage falls on her. She realizes she never had enough love for her ex.
- You can go from an unhappy marriage to a healthy one
- Even if love exists in a bad marriage, it is suffocated
- A good second marriage can come from two unhappy in love people
“I don’t condone nor can I forget the details. I don’t even want to, it’s part of my life.”
Parenting is hard. Co-parenting after a divorce is even harder. Planning and communication is key. We are all busy and a lack of communication wastes valuable time and shows disrespect. A shared calendar is a great solution to this. A company Two Happy Homes provides a service that is pay as you go that brings together tools to the co-parenting world to address the communication need. Utilize your resources, communicate and plan ahead. This will allow for happy children and Two Happy Homes.
Couples in Asia are working on their marriages before the wedding by taking pre-marital classes. Classes range from 4,000-10,000 and are often gifted to engaged couples. These lasses are combating high Asian divorce rates by providing such topics as communication, spirituality, love and family. Some teachers are available as mentors after the weddings have taken place. The Journal of Family Psychology backs this idea up finding 30 percent of couples who receive pre-marital education are more satisfied in their marriages and less likely to divorce.
Marriage can be hard when you’re young which is why so many lead to divorce. The percentage is high. There are so many mistakes which can be made. Knowing what they are ahead of time can help you to avoid making them. Three common ones are discussed here. These are three which often break up marriages so should be known of and avoided at all costs if one is to survive. It won’t be easy not to make these but if you pay attention you can stop it.
- Life is about learning. When your partner makes a mistake allow them to grow.
- Don’t share your business with everyone especially your parents. Guard the sanctity of your marriage.
- Relationship change after marriage. Don’t think it will be just like dating. It is not.
“When your partner says or does something that offends you, it’s important not to harp on that mistake in the future.”