"Everyone you know '.s been through it.You bite the bullet then you chew it." (Roy Orbison's "The Only One").Hopefully not EVERYONE, but the sentence is true enough for many. No matter how many years have passed or what the outcome, how would your initial reaction have been different when you first realized your spouse was in love with someone else? Do you have advice for others in this situation? Knowing what you know now, would you have done things differently? Why? Putting aside anger and hurt, what do you WISH you would have done? Need to answr anonymously? email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Thank you Silva There is a very different approach afoot - different than the conventional and seemingly intuitive advice of "moving on". The impact of divorce on children alone calls for a re-thinking, I believe, and strategies we haven't explored
Dashing, a very well articulated comment with a great deal of wisdom which seems to answer another question. I'm trying to write a hub on strategies for avoiding avoidable mistakes made during a marital crisis (a concept based on a different premise)
Billie, That is an interesting topic. I wrote a book centered on that .http://www.amazon.com/Cat-Wont-Bark-Relationship-E...
You might have forgot - I already downloaded your book :)
Thanks so much for ur comment. Read ur profile-we've walked similar roads (minus the sky-diving...) I'm working from a premise that sometimes responses to marital strife exaccerbate the situation. I want to write about strategies that prevent that..