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.
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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.
Yes, it's possible to live in peace even though you feel responsible or guilty for breaking up your marriage. These thoughts on dealing with guilt will help you cope with a painful separation or divorce. They're inspired by a reader's question on an article I recently wrote about divorce.
Are you staying in an unhealthy or even abusive marriage because you're a Christian? Perhaps you're struggling with the "God hates divorce" decree in the Bible. You may also be influenced by your Christian husband, pastor, or religious friends.
Reconciling or moving back in after a separation (or divorce) isn't always an easy or clear decision. Reconciliation is surprisingly common for many couples who have separated or divorced, but is it a good idea for you?
How do you even start thinking about divorce when you’re a stay-at-home mom who is financially dependent on your husband? These four steps will get… Read More »How to Leave Your Husband When You’re a Stay at Home Mom