If you’re divorced like me, you have some painful memories of marriage. But do you have any regrets? What would you do differently in your marriage (or marriages) looking back? Do you regret the divorce itself? I thought of this question after reading an article by one of our columnists, divorce attorney Dennis A. Fuller, […]
Whose lie – yours or your spouse’s – crushes your dream of happily ever after? With the exception of abuse, I encourage you not to walk away from a relationship with someone that’s 95 percent of everything you could want – because it can, and sometimes does, get a whole lot worse. Don’t get me […]
If you’re divorced, what did you do with your wedding ring? Is it tucked away in a drawer somewhere? Do you ever look at it? I had little hesitation about what to do with my wedding ring after my second marriage that went south: I promptly sold it.
Breaking up with someone is serious. Divorcing is even more serious. It’s difficult to minimize the immediate pain of a difficult split. But at some point – maybe weeks, months or years down the road – you have to pull yourself together emotionally and move forward. You should also learn to laugh at your relationship […]
How did you tell your ex you wanted a divorce? Or how did she tell you? Almost certainly, it wasn’t by email. Yet one divorce attorney says she knows of such a notification.
Some men stay bitter for a long time after divorce. I was reminded of this after I wrote a recent article, Why Can’t Divorced Men Commit? I’ll Tell You.
I’m a psychic. Well, not really. It didn’t take a psychic to predict that Kim Kardashian’s mega-publicized marriage to basketball player Kris Humphries wouldn’t last. I predicted it here two months ago.
It’s important to work hard to keep a relationship alive. But it’s also wise to acknowledge when it’s failing. Sometimes a faltering relationship can be saved. Other times, it’s not worth the effort.
You’ve heard of exit interviews at work. When you leave a job, you sit down with someone in human resources and say what you liked – and didn’t like – about the job. Some relationship experts recommend the same idea after you’ve been dumped in dating.
This is a common but difficult question. One answer alone won’t suffice. Here’s how I break down the question, which we’ll all eventually face.