Opinion: Tears for the person you loved and lost
After a painful break-up, you cry, let the tears fall without a care. At first, it's hard to identify why. All you know is it hurts. Your heart, mind, and soul are going through a painful transition from being in a relationship to being by yourself once again.
Opinion: Signs that someone isn't really in love with you
** This blog post is based on my thinking and my opinion. Everyone desires to be loved, but sometimes we get drawn in by those who want something from us. It’s essential to discern our love because sometimes the person you’re dating may not love you.
Q&A: Spouse Debates Court As He Fights To See His Daughter After Girlfriend Moves Into Hotel With New Boyfriend
"My ex-girlfriend moved out of our apartment into a hotel room after she received her money from taxes. She said that she wasn't happy and felt we needed to separate. Against my objections, she packed her and our daughter's clothes and left. Since her departure, there has been constant bickering over when I can spend quality time with my child. I have kept my composure and tried my best to keep tensions calm, however, a mutual friend of ours recently told me that she has a new boyfriend that she has been spending quality time with. I brought the topic up to her, and she started calling me jealous and so on. My only point is that she has a man in a hotel room staying with my child. I feel as a father, I have a right to question these actions. I responded by assuring her that I was not concerned with whom she wished to be with, but I would like to care for my child when he is around until I knew him better and so forth. I also brought up the fact that for her to be so comfortable with the new fellow, she must have known him for a longer period of time than said. Which in my mind would explain her recent departure. She became extremely upset and began whopping and hollering about me wasting her life and wanting to control her. Since the incident, I have only spoken to my daughter over the phone and have yet to see her. I don't want to cause problems for our family. What can I do without involving the courts?" -Xavier.
Getting Over A Breakup And Finding Love Again
Going through a hard breakup? Don’t let grief, depression, and/or anxiety get the best of you. Here are some helpful tips for getting through a breakup and finding love again.
People change and so do their minds
It all starts with late replies. You start thinking that they are busy. Then you start feeling an emptiness within you. After a few days, you realize that this behavior does not change. You keep getting late replies. You wonder what's happening to the other person.
The end of a relationship means an opportunity to learn
Do you want to break the cycle and change the frequency of your relationships?. Whether you are one who jumps right back into the same type of partnership hoping to get different results, or the one who looks for the next special someone to be the polar opposite of the recently ended affair, chances are you will be no more successful until you take some time on your own.
A respectful and honest breakup provides closure
Identifying the life cycle of a relationship is different for each of us, however, it is painful to experience a relationship that has stalled out without any definition. Clarity that the relationship has reached its conclusion and cannot be repaired by either party is imperative.
To Trust or Mistrust: Evaluating Whether to Trust Someone
Many people have unrealistic ideas about trust. They assume the worst and are distrustful, or they overtrust and are easily taken in. People in the first category put up walls and keep others at a distance. The second group proudly claims to trust someone until they have a reason not to. Then they're shocked when they've relied on someone untrustworthy.
The pandemic has caused an increase in breakups and divorces around the world
Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for informational purposes only. It is not meant to be relationship advice. Seek a duly licensed professional for relationship advice.
Acceptance is a crucial part of moving on
One of the hardest things in life is when the people who gave you the best memories become a memory. There would often be quite a few times in your life when you would have to go through the grief of losing someone you love. Sometimes, it would be unbelievable for you. It would be hard for you to accept that someone whom you loved the most has left you. However, when there is no other choice, you have to move on to feel better. Here are a few things you should remember while trying to move on.