The most dreaded question often comes after a breakup and is a dumpee’s worst nightmare. So what do you do if this happens to you?
Scream, curse, cry and complain. Get all that out after a devastating breakup — then move on. Here are ideas on how to recover and enjoy life again.
Going through a divorce may feel like your whole world is coming to an end, but it doesn’t have to be. There are various means to get support during this tumultuous times.
As if the breakup wasn’t bad enough, now your ex tries to contact you! Beware: odds are your ex wants something. Learn to say no, then say nothing.
This article is for those of you who feel stuck in a relationship and why one seemingly bad thing happen after another… it all starts within you!
For the sake of your relationship, it’s usually best to move on when your partner refuses to apologize. Not an easy thing to do, but look at it this way …
The problem with toxic relationships is they often aren’t toxic all the time. This causes hesitation on what to do. Find out how to get clarity and move on.
You can argue and fight and beg with your spouse not to break up. Or, you can save yourself first and see where that takes you. Here’s how to improve.
While children suffer greatly from divorce, there’s really nothing they can do to prevent it. However, they do have influence. Read about it here.
Deciding on a possible second relationship with an ex? First rule: no communications for a month. If you can handle that, go on to rules two and three.