I received an email recently from a reader. He was highly upset because his wife had restraining orders against him. They got into an altercation and instead of walking away he fought back. According to him he is now under a restraining order due to something “she did.”
If you are being abused, harassed or hurt by another person you can get a restraining order via the courts that will legally “restrain” the abusive party by setting boundaries on the behavior.
Five tips to help you protect yourself when preparing to leave an abusive marriage/relationship.
Should you have sex with the ex? One thing for sure, if you are newly divorced and have been without sex for a while, it can be tempting.
So you’re planning to go out on a date– how exciting! Whether it’s with someone new or someone you’ve already seen a few times, your adrenaline is probably pumping; dating and sex after divorce can nerve-wracking!
Let’s cut to the chase: all of us divorced adults have had sex and most of us still want sex. The problem is that we may want casual sex and not a full-on relationship.
If your spouse is having an affair, you will see changes in the way they behave toward you and in general. Do you know what changes in behavior are an indication of infidelity?
How will you respond if your spouse has an affair? If an affair happens in your marriage, you will have to respond in some way. The important question is will you respond properly?
Married men are 7 percent more likely than married women to commit adultery. And, when a man has an affair, he doesn't seem to consider the consequences of his actions. So says a study to be published in the fall, "So What Did You Do Last Night? The Economics of Infidelity."
Some human beings can't seem to live a monogamous lifestyle. Research has shown that affairs are as old as marriage itself.