Will he reconnect with his Ex wife during his visit with his children and grandchildren?
He wanted to visit his children and grandchildren but doesn't speak to his ex wife. Will the visit recall more memories for the whole family and make a strong connection between ex wife, and husband?
The man is now married but went alone to see his first family. What do you think?
It is very hard dealing with brain-damaged people. He has murdered reality of his commitment to original family by moving into a strange environment , he has no business to 'visit" unless totally eliminate present mess he is in. In such a huge mess, no action can be true or sincere. His selfishness causes digging into old wounds and opening new ones.
This guy is married he hasn't seen his grandkids in a while and felt the need to visit and hasn't been in contact with his ex in years His wife doesn't think its an issue. I do agree with you. Thank you. Do you think he misses that part of his life,
I'm not sure why you say (he) is brain damaged. Because his marriage didn't work out? The divorce rate in the U.S. is around 50%. Who is to say what led to their divorce.
Rarely are there any "saints" in a failed marriage.
Devika, if "he hasn't been in contact with his ex in years", says it all: his move might be an impulsive action. I do not think he misses that part of his life; why now, why not not years earlier... Just wondering if he really know what he wants
Having grown up in household of divorce parents I don't see this as being a big deal at all. If the guy has been divorced for several years and has remarried he's not likely to have any interest in reconnecting with his ex beyond being cordial to her should their paths cross.
His current wife may have had no interest in making the trip or had other obligations. Clearly she trusts her husband and is not insecure.
If "damage" means harm impairing the function of a person, I couldn't find better expression : on the other hand 50% divorces in the U.S. or any part of the world should not affect any person's decision to stay committed for the rest of their life
Michael-Milec, A divorce is nothing more than a public admission a mistake was made in the mate selection process. No one advises you to marry someone you don't love!
Why stay married to someone you don't love?
Maybe his (ex) did something!
dashingscorpio, Oddly enough, they ran out of love - telling me they lied to themselves and the rest of the world, they were unprepared to live in sincerity, daily strengthening family union and raising children without hurting them by their selfis
Nicely thought of.commitment is key here and trust. A perfect answer. Thank you
Look, if he is her ex husband and they have children and grand children. If they want to get back together, maybe it is better to be mature and stand aside. It is not like you two have children together. Just make him promise not to cheat, while u two are still married. At least have the decency to tell you that he want to end the marriage to get back with his ex wife, before doing anything.
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