How do you leave when you have no money? Maybe you're trapped in marriage because of money or you feel financially stuck in a relationship. These tips and ideas won't magically unlock the door to freedom, but they might help you think differently about how much money you need.
Even when a relationship has to end, breaking up is hard to do. Why does it hurt so much? Learning why breakups are so painful will give you insight and wisdom, help heal your heart, and show you that you aren't alone.
Your husband drinks too much, and it's affecting your family, finances, and future. Should you give up on an alcoholic husband, or keep hoping and praying he'll stop drinking? Leaving isn't easy because you have so many things to consider...
How do you leave a verbally abusive relationship when you have nowhere to go, nobody to talk to, and nothing to lean on? Each of these five examples or signs of verbal abuse are paired with an idea for getting out of the relationship.
You feel sorry for your husband and you feel guilty, so you're staying in an unhappy, unfulfilling marriage. You have good reasons for not wanting to leave: your husband isn't physically well, or perhaps unable to support himself. You don't want to break your marriage vows.
How do you find the right words? Ending a relationship with someone you once loved (and perhaps still love) is hard. It hurts to break up, but you can say good-bye with love and compassion. These tips will help you figure out what to say to end a relationship and say goodbye to someone you care about.