It has taken me over three years of deep grief to accept my former spouse’s decision to end our 17-year marriage. My ability to believe in a bright future where I can create and dream has been obliterated. I still get hit with the “grief train” about once a month.
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I'm dating a man who was left by his wife. He says he has moved on and that he wants to marry again, but all the signs show he hasn't moved on. He is still bitter.
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I have been wearing a mask to help keep the vulnerable people that I regularly interact with safe. My daughter told me that she doesn’t want me to wear a mask because she wants me to “stand up for freedom”. I told her that I was unwilling to take that chance. She yelled at me for the first time since she was a teenager in front of her children.
Dr. Jill Manning joins me in this episode to talk about self-care for betrayed partners. She emphasizes the need to care for yourself physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually while healing from the impact of partner betrayal trauma.
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.
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.