Archive for February, 2010
Since divorce became more accessible, we have been telling ourselves lies about children and happiness. We have convinced ourselves that if we are happy, our children will be happy. We have said this for so many years that we believe it is the truth.
Too many people still have the idea that they will magically see someone across a crowded room, lock eyes and instantly fall madly in love with each other. They say things like, “When it happens I will know it” or “If I just stop looking, that’s when it will happen.” It baffles me how often people leave love life up to chance and yet they are very logical and structured with the rest of their lives.
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When I was 27 I divorced a good man for all the wrong reasons: mostly because I was young, dumb, had no faith in my relationship, and had no real relationship skills to speak of. Having made my choice, I began the process of seeking a man that would be right for me. I thought I was ready for a relationship, so I dove right into the dating scene.
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If you have been living with a jealous partner for any length of time, you are probably tired of constantly explaining and defending yourself, especially if you are innocent of the charges that you are cheating. Jealousy in a relationship is about fear of loss and can range from mild to severe feelings. Many articles address how to overcome your own feelings of jealousy. But what if you are the one who is on the receiving end of jealous behavior?
Are you in a relationship with someone who is excessively jealous? Maybe when you first got together the jealousy looked like your lover was really into you. Later it began to be a drain on your energy. What seemed like passion at first has become a constant battle. Maybe your partner told you that s/he had been cheated on by a previous lover. You figure it would make sense to feel insecure about someone new.
In relationship conflicts, the problem is not always the problem. Often the solution is the problem. When you try to solve a problem and the conflict remains, the way you went about solving it created another problem. When your solution and your spouse’s solution are in conflict, the problem persists. When you both believe that your solution is the only correct one, the problem persists.