Six Strategies to Re-Connect to Your Lover

Everybody needs meaningful connections in their lives. Yet our modern society is moving towards less primary relationships and more tertiary ones. In the home, couples are also finding less quality time with each other due to various demands on them, including children, aging parents, finances, keeping a home in order and/or social involvement. At the… Read More »

Gosh darn it, I don’t want a good relationship!

I don’t want a “good relationship,” as many relationship coaches would tell me to get…. I want a fantastic, outrageous, over-the-top connected soulmate-earthmate relationship. Why would I settle in my romantic partnership? I haven’t settled in the past. I didn’t get a “day” job when I got divorced as other people thought I should. I… Read More »

What To Do When He’s Happy Without You

The loss of a loved one who remains very much alive and well, and happy without you, can feel worse than if that loved one died. Added to the toxic soup of the normal feelings of loss and grief, is the intense sense of worthlessness from being rejected for another, and the pain of helplessness… Read More »

What Stops You From Ending A Loveless Marriage?

Like so many, you might see your marriage go from a love match to loveless arrangement in a span of only a few short years. If that is true for you then why do you stay in it for another decade or two and not make a sensible exit? What you embraced as something to… Read More »

What to Do When It’s Time to “Do Us Part”

According to a dictionary definition, matrimony is “the state of being a married couple voluntarily joined for life (or until divorce). I don’t know if this will surprise you, but it used to be defined as  “being joined for life or until death.” Those are the words in the ceremony, not “till divorce do you… Read More »

Marriage: When You Begin to Ask When to End It

Marriage is never the ideal bliss we imagine it to be. When we think of a wedding, we think of it usually in a storybook idealic way and it rarely is the way we thought it would be. We tend to turn a deaf ear to the wedding phrase of it’s for both the good… Read More »

Healing from the Wounds of Separation

When dark clouds gather in your relationship with your partner, your first reaction would be to see if the problem can be resolved. You don’t simply ask when to end it, just like that. You hope you can save your partnership while there’s still a chance. However, some unions just aren’t meant to last and… Read More »

Dealing with Emotional Pain of a Hurtful Marriage

Married life can be a source of tremendous emotional pain. In the case of an incidence of cheating or betrayal, the affected partner may commonly feel a chronic gnawing pain if the issue remains unresolved and naturally there may be thoughts on when to end it. Even if the relationship is over, the pain may… Read More »