My partner and I have a daughter that is almost five. He also has a seven-year-old daughter from a previous relationship. My issue is that I spend more time with his seven-year-old, who has a mother, yet I care for her more than he does on numerous occasions when it's his time with her.
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Both men and women have the desire to be heard and feel part of an organization. As the world feels more divided, it’s essential to understand how to find unity. Learn more from my wife Jody and her sister Jamee as they discuss how to find unity with those who are marginalized and how to hear and help them.
Your Hardest Family Question: My best friend had an affair with my wife and still wants to be friends
Recently, I caught my wife cheating on me with a very close friend of mine. It has been months after but I'm still suffering from the trauma of it all. I've since forgiven my wife and we are trying to work on our relationship. My friend's wife is now hoping that everything can go back to normal and everyone can be friends again. However, I feel very uncomfortable with that idea.
I grew up four decades plus with little or no knowledge of my biological father and relatives. I accepted that he was deceased as I was told. How do I proceed from finding out that my biological father is still alive?
This girl and I are very interested in each other. We both have a desire to be married in the temple one day. And we both have strong testimonies. We have also had similar pasts as teens and young adults involving pornography and other immoral things of that nature. However, the way I feel about the repentance process and how she feels about it are very different.
Our neighbor drives old cars and calls us whenever he breaks down, even in the middle of the night. My husband always goes and helps him but I’m starting to feel we are being used. Is there a dividing line between loving/helping our neighbor and being taken advantage of?
This week, I continue my interview with Jessica, Matt, and Steve from the podcast, "Husband in-law", where they get specific about how they've created a peaceful post-divorce co-parenting relationship. They are all committed to showing up in this co-parenting relationship to put their daughter first by building respectful relationships with each other.