Are you staying in an unhappy, unfulfilling marriage because you feel guilty? You might not want to leave your husband or wife for good reasons: your husband isn't physically well, or your wife is unable to support herself. Maybe your children are too young to understand - and you don't hurt them or other family members.
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.
You didn't get married to live with a roommate, but your marriage isn't built on love, chemistry or spiritual connection. Do you continue to live like married roommates, or do you leave your husband and start a new life? It's not an easy decision - especially when you know divorce isn't always worth the emotional pain, family heartache, or financial devastation.
You're in love, but you know you need to end the affair. These suggestions aren't just "tips on how to break up." Rather, they're ideas for healthy endings that will help you see the your affair in a different light. Ending an affair is about rebuilding your self-respect and focusing on why you can't keep cheating.
There is no easy way to say "I don't love you anymore" - but there are kind, compassionate ways to break up with someone you once loved. These seven suggestions will help you be honest and compassionate with someone you don't love the way you used to.
You know it's wrong to be having an affair with another woman's husband, but you can't seem to let him go. These tips on how to stop dating a married man will help heal your broken heart. I also share encouragement from a woman who broke up with a married husband; it hurt her to walk away from him, but it was worth the pain.