Can someone still love their ex wife even the wife have cheated on him even have a child with others
should I stay or leave my partner we been together for year and half and he been supporting his ex wife who is in prison for 9 years before that 6 years after their marriage she cheated on him big times and had a baby with someone else .all the while she used the guilt trip on him make him responsable for the passed and she committed murder .he told me they just friend and he just giving her hope and support.please help
unconditional love marriage,
learning to love your partner unconditionally:
Each member of the union maintains a separate identity, but is completed through a union with another individual. Real Love in Marriage, Nearly 60% of marriages in the United States end in divorce, http://www.reallove.com/marriage.asp
“Unrequited Love is emotional pain”
Make it a point to remind yourself that this person is human, which means they're not perfect. They will make mistakes, and you need to be ready to cope and forgive, rather than act shocked that the person dares to be anything but perfect. Don't try and push the connection: Have you ever been described as needy or clingy? Relationship that you bombard the other person with attention, only to find that they distance themselves from you?
Do you find yourself wanting to call, text, or e-mail someone a whole lot more than they contact you? If so, you've probably figured out that neediness is a turn-off to most people. Remember that there are only a few possibilities: with those fantasies come high expectations, and sometimes those expectations are unrealistic! http://www.wikihow.com/Stop-Being-Needy
Letting Go: love Drama!? Unrequited love? unrewarded, thankless, unreturned love. He doesn't have the same feelings for you! http://hubpages.com/profile/websclubs
your love being rejected. lost love: what to do with unrequited love? Do you continue to feel so desperately confused and alone. In order to be happy, to feel loved. understanding all human beings need to feel loved. You'll end up miserable: If you put your husband in the position of having to choose between you. That's his choice, the guilt trip, just friend and he just giving his ex wife hope and support. Please ! You're both adults and have the right to make personal decisions. (relax that's common happen in group) Perhaps he doesn't realize how talking to his ex wife is making you feel. You really need hubby to go to bat for you. You should sit down with your husband and agree to focus on you and your marriage. Are you Feeling Replaced? need help!? Your not being replace, She’s just closer that's all. “ better late than never - Take care of YOU” Those people, they aren't worth it. You need to move on. Strongly believe there is someone for everyone its just a matter of finding them. hope things work out for you two. Best wishes.
by Dawn Michael6 years ago
Do people really love their spouse unconditionaly or do they place conditions on their love?
by tiffiany8 years ago
a man and women been to-gather for the past 10 yrs , the man cheated got a18 yr pregnant,wife had promblems getting pregnant, the mans wants to be with his wife and the babymother, what should the wife...
by theluvrbelow8 years ago
Hello, here's my story I hope someone can relate and share with me some of your insights.I met my ex over the phone, we talked for six months every night, then I visited her and we made love that night.I met her family...
by Croyd936 years ago
I really do love my girlfriend and i'll do anyhting to stay with her so would you please be able to give me some advice.I know what i did is wrong and i feel horrible and disgusted for doing it so please don't comment...
by COCOBEWARE6 years ago
Would you leave your spouse if he/she only cheated once? Where do you draw the line?
by Shannon7 years ago
Why do men, (and SOME women) think cheating isn't a big deal?
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