Spouse is visiting dating websites
Think of me while you sip a cold drink of water, viewing a beautiful sunset, sitting on a vast mountaintop. Chat-rooms and social-networking websites like Facebook or have made it easier than ever to make new friends, flirt, and even have full-blown love-affairs online.Forget the redemption and punishment stuff for a bit and focus on getting help from the people who love you. I wish I could tell you whether to stick it out, but I just don't know enough about what's happening in his head. Also know this: Broken families are bad, but so are tense, resentful families who stay together without love and trust. And please, let's not assume that the psychiatrist is just sitting around and validating him. Tell him that you want to join him at these sessions. All I can say is that you have to find people to lean on. You need to figure out what will make you a happy parent. Written by “One of the Guys” Summer holds a sacred place in the hearts of men. We feel empowered to turn possibility into reality. My wife said, “Just get one of those big blow up pools. They can play in that all summer.” I said, “But that would mean I have to supervise the whole time. I need stuff for them to do so I can get some of my own work done. We play as if life weren’t as complicated as it is. I need more balance.” She said, “Good luck with that.” “Thanks Honey.” So I instituted Daddy Day Camp. Sure, you'll get some temporary pleasure from watching someone else get mad at him, but then what?
Pretty soon the kids are grown and couples find they’ve grown apart. It doesn’t have to always be on the same night, but it’s helpful to pencil in one night each week on your calendars; you can always change the night if a conflict comes up.
Below are some ideas that go beyond the usual dinner and a movie. Not all dates have to involve going out, but if you have young children, getting a break from the kids is a stress release in itself. Alternate who gets the sitter and develop a pool of sitters.
Hi Meredith, I have been with my husband for 12 years, and married for almost 10. A few months after my second one was born, I happened upon a dating site left open on my husband's laptop. We have never had a great sex life because of issues on both sides.
He was thoughtful, helpful, always remembered anniversaries, and always had something special planned. I don't want my kids to grow up in a broken family, and I am certain I don't want to remarry or have any other men in my life.
We are great friends, I admired and respected him, and I trusted him completely. I have always been against marriage and felt that it was only because my husband was so exceptional that it made sense (my father abandoned us when we were kids). I don't want to tell my family because I am afraid they will stop respecting him.