Other than what everyone else wrote here I noticed something. You said you beat your child because he was misbehaving with his father. How did his father react to that misbehaving? How come he wasn’t disciplining your son? I feel there is no communication between the two of you. Where is his role in all this?
2013-01-26 05:49:21 on starting to get stressed out…
Other than what everyone else suggested, if I could add my two cents it would be: don’t look nervous. You want to look well put together, composed and relaxed. You will do fine. The army needs you so the best approach would be the thought “what can I do, what can I offer for the army”.
2013-01-25 17:40:13 on ONE HELL OF AN INTERVIEW
2013-01-25 17:30:22 on :)
I agree. You need your relative’s help. Tell your relative you are not planning to move in with her but need her temporary help. What about help in their local mosque or any muslim people there?
2013-01-25 17:23:41 on Confused and in serious need of good relationship advice.
I still think that the coming of children has a lot to do with it. Your oldest is 9, so when she got pregnant is when you said your relationship went sour a decade ago. Having kids a lot of work, demanding job. Especially when they are babies and toddlers. You practically enslave yourself to bring up a child. At the end of the day a tired mom or dad doesn’t feel romantic or feel to be sexy or initiate any kind of intimacy other than falling asleep. That’s when problems start. Many new parents don’t make any effort to rediscover each other but let things fall apart. Takes lots of discipline and huge commitment to stay together. I still think you both deserve a second chance. Leave the kids with grandparents, friends, relatives for a weekend and take your wife out to a romantic getaway. Don’t bring computers or cell phones to feel tempted to email and text someone else. Pay 100% attention to each other and pick up the pieces that were thrown apart. Have fun! Start dating again!
2013-01-24 03:41:49 on Confused and in serious need of good relationship advice.
You said you only grown resentful of the past decade, and you also said your children are 10 and under. I bet you all these “growing cold” started to happen when your wife became pregnant first and then continued with the other pregnancies. I bet you she quit her job because of the kids. That’s your clue. Don’t let it die out. Go to marriage counseling with your wife. Tell her you love her and want to save your marriage but the moment as it goes you don’t feel it will last. I know you both love each other but had not communicated well since the children came along. Go for it.
2013-01-20 12:23:26 on Spirits, ghosts, and ghost hunting… What is your take on it?
I don’t know. I never believed in them until I encountered something recently. We were in a really nice hotel that was built in the late 1800. I woke up to a sense of someone walking on my pillow. It was intense. Then we heard noises in the bathroom as someone or something was knocking down things. We went there and saw the cream bottles and my perfume bottle leveled with the counter. I still don’t know what was causing this. In the morning the hotel stuff told us “o yes, we do have ghosts here”…….I still don’t know what it was we encountered. We didnt’ see any.
2013-01-12 14:48:31 on I just received some good news.
This is just so good! Proud of you. What did you have to do to qualify?
2013-01-12 14:44:50 on i have been married to a man for 33 years he is now
You need to ask him about this woman and his feelings for her and that you feel hurt. See what he has to say.
2013-01-11 03:14:00 on Wanted to share, because you all have helped
You made the best choice, now healing started for the both of you. You both deserve to be happy and to be loved by someone who will reciprocate. In your case you gave all and he took all. That’s the past and leave it there. People are making mistakes of going back to ex’s thinking he or she changed. Don’t dig up the past, look forward and you will find your true partner. Congratulations on your decision.
2013-01-11 03:00:53 on What present should I give her at her birthday?
A spa package that has body massage included.
2013-01-11 02:55:43 on I don’t know how to say my husband about I love another guy.
I agree with Dr. Ozy wholeheartedly. If you leave space in your heart for others to interfere with your love for your spouse then you might want to go counseling to find out why do you need a “back up plan”. At the end the biggest loser will be you as you won’t ever be happy with one person and will always look for the greener grass on the other side.
2013-01-07 03:33:34 on I miss him so much it feels like my insides have been ripped out.
Why don’t you just stop responding to his calls, texts, etc. Change phone number, email address etc. If you keep letting him coming back to you, you will never heal. It’s up to you only when you are going to let him go for good.
2013-01-07 03:30:33 on I don’t know how to say my husband about I love another guy.
In this case you divorce your husband who is going to be heart broken and get together with that guy. After a while you will fall in love with yet another man. The bottom line is, you are either very insecure, or to you men have to show constant romantic love. What about you? Are you giving all of you to your husband? I think I would go marriage counseling if I were you to find out the reasons for looking elsewhere for love. The kind of love you feel for the new guy and not for your husband anymore.
2013-01-06 10:37:31 on I don’t know how to say my husband about I love another guy.
In a marriage love changes but not necessarily. If you or both of you let it go, eventually it will become like roommates living arrangement. Loving a spouse in a marriage is hard work and requires dedication. When communication is not there anymore, is when problem starts. What happened that changed your feelings?