My husband and I had a great relationship until 4 months ago. I got a rumor from my parents (he has co-workers that live in my hometown-its very small so gossip is the usual) that my husband was…Continue
"Sorry to hear about your pain but things cannot return to "normal" at this time. Based on the little you have shared, it seems that your husband has had a serious issue with setting appropriate boundaries between him and another woman. The…"
"Sorry for that. Marriage is full of so many challenges, this is one part of it. But mind you, is not good to be having 3rd part into a marital life. First and foremost, the information got to you through your parent as a rumor, right? I want to tell…"
"i had the same problem only it was worse. i had proof and there were multiple women. communicating with the women.. bad idea. honestly its not their fault. temptation will always be there. it is the person who falls for it to blame. how i finally…"
"I wrote this in another forum but I believe it applies to your situation as well.
The first point that I will make is that it is my opinion that many couples, today, don’t have the level of commitment that fortifies a marriage. A…"
"If you have children together, then I would say that counseling would be a very good place to start so you can work on your relationship for the children's sake.
If you do not have children together and you haven't been married that…"
My husband and I had a great relationship until 4 months ago. I got a rumor from my parents (he has co-workers that live in my hometown-its very small so gossip is the usual) that my husband was flirting/spending time with a co-worker. I had never heard her name before (she worked with him for 3 years!) but he said he had to text her for work related issues and I quote "I do not commuincate with her in regards to anything that is not work related"...so I tried to let it go-but found pictures of…See More
The longest running ever has revealed that our personality changes so much that in life that you might look like a completely different person from when you were 14 to 77 years old. What does this mean for your marriage? Dr. Karen Sherman weighs in.