Who experienced divorce?

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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Tyler » Tue Mar 13, 2018 2:58 pm

Well hopefully I have no experience in divorce. And I sincerely think that we will live together to the end. But I have what to tell you here, to my mind divorce is really horrible process both for couple, but especially for their children.. I can say that if people try to put efforts to saving their marriage from the both sides so they will be able to save it surely. But what to save if you or your partner has pretty other opinions and thoughts and even feelings as for such situation. What to do if simple your partner doesn't want to continue to be in marriage
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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Davis » Mon Apr 30, 2018 7:01 am

As a rule, by 1 year, children have 6-10 milk teeth. Rapidly improving the chewing skills of the baby. In this process, interest in chewing food, which "gets" crumbs in a coarse or even unmilled form, plays an important role.
Secondly, the activity of digestive enzymes, produced in various parts of the digestive tract of the baby, has significantly increased. This means that he is ready to digest and assimilate much more complex products than half a year ago.
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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Joel » Sat May 12, 2018 4:55 pm

And to realize this error, too. It depends on you what exactly will be considered a mistake by your husband - a marriage relationship with you or a love affair on the side.
If you find that your husband is cheating on you, try first of all to keep your judgment. Determine for yourself honestly and directly what you want in this situation. Possible options, as a rule, are as follows:
I want to break up the relationship immediately and leave forever, forgetting it, like a terrible dream
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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Daniel89 » Fri May 25, 2018 3:03 am

Hi cuties!!!)))) :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: Hopefully no I don't have such experience in my life. I would like to say that it surely would be difficult for us to divorce... At all I can't recognise how two persons who loved each other can get rid of each other. It is so stupid. Divorce is a pretty horrible process for both sides and it doesn't matter whether you are guilty or not. If you want to save your living together from divorce you might predict everything, and stop doing wrong things towards each other.
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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Adrian » Mon Jun 04, 2018 12:08 pm

And if you spend the rest of your time on your family, serious problems will not exist in it, it will prosper, and with it happiness will flourish. But this is a matter of your understanding of the value of the family in your life, you prioritize, therefore, you do the situation in your life as you observe it. Of course, I can approach this question from different angles, I can make countless comparisons and give you a lot of examples, but I can not inspire you to realize the importance for you in this life, it all depends on your life, which has you to your personal value system.
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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Caleb » Thu Jun 07, 2018 7:36 am

You can be mistaken, but the perpetrator will be guilty, he and others will suffer damage, and you just define a new strategy, which again everyone will follow. Returning to the example with the store, you can give an example with promising activities of the cashier, who will take full responsibility for himself, take the blame for the delay in delivering the goods, apologize and reassure the client at an early stage, promising to fix everything. Then she will start calling the driver, and not calling will tell the client that he is in traffic and soon it will be all right and the order will be delivered.
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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Natan » Mon Jul 02, 2018 2:57 pm

or you can do it yourself, with the help of a specialist who will gradually lead you to accepting those thoughts that you usually avoid, immerse you in certain states and tell you how, while staying in this or that you should behave yourself. In other words, friends, to what is capable of plunging you into despair you need to be prepared to control yourself in this state and not to enter into it at all. Psychological readiness for everything that can happen in life is of great importance for self-control. And people usually avoid everything that frightens them, even in their thoughts, that's why they can not cope with themselves when something in their lives goes wrong.
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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Daren » Thu Jul 05, 2018 6:01 pm

And today, in the time of general informatization, it is especially plentiful, because in a civilized world, lies and deception are an alternative to violence, which used to be much more, and it largely determined relations between people. Today, people prefer to use each other mostly with the help of lies and deceit. Therefore, every person who wants to understand life and people, must necessarily know about all lies. The psychology of lies will teach you to recognize the lies of other people and use it correctly yourself. In this article I will try to open for you this topic as fully and accurately.
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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Dilan » Sat Jul 21, 2018 12:12 pm

Maybe, after all, this kind of behavior should be abandoned, because of its inadequacy? After all, how can you be sure that if you accept another decision in the past, if you get along with another person, your life would be much more successful, and you would be much happier? Where do you get such confidence that you made the wrong decision and that your spouse is the worst, and not the best option for you?
How do you know how your life would be, do not you connect it with the person who is now near you?
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Re: Who experienced divorce?

Postby Kane » Wed Jul 25, 2018 9:24 am

In other words, think about what draws you closer to this or that person, and how or how you can replace what he or she gives you. It is possible that you need a different person for relationships, for living together, or at least you do not need someone who is right next to you. Then the dependence on this person will be much lower. And if he disappears from your life - you will not feel too lonely. It's like losing some thing that you did not really need. But this, however, only from a material point of view, this is the case. We will talk about the spiritual connection between people below.

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