maybe because of his sexual performance... I think its because she knows that to go back to an abuser she has to give away a huge part of herself, so she is giving away things related to her as she knows he will take them anyways and be angry if she doesnt. It could also be because she feels guilty for leaving her original guy, and perhaps she feels safe with him, in a way. Old habits die hard, and some people just feel like "home." She also could not be over her first husband, and perhaps she feels she deserves this treatment from him, and not the good love that she receives from her new husband. Insecurities and attatchment are big weaknesses that women have when it comes to relationships. Answer: Maybe because the loving husband, Mr. Nice Guy, was rich and she just wanted his money, so she could go back to the abusive husband, Mr. Sexy, because he's great in bed.
If your friends are a good lot and not always into trouble, then you have on your hands a "control freak!" This is not good news for you and will only get worse. This is the first sign of abusive behavior in men (women can also be abusive in this manner.) Run!
I don't think anybody should be friends with an abusive ex. But you can do what you want i personally wouldn't but it's up to you.
You shouldn't have to handle them. The only contact you should have is for the childrens visitation, school and medical decisions. Bring someone with you as much as possible when you have to be around them, abusive people tend to back off when they have witnesses. Write down what they do that is abusive and go to the judge that handled the divorce and see what they think...Let the abuser know in no uncertain terms that you will not tolerate their ways anymore, scream it at the top of your lungs, with some supportive family and friends present. Give them a taste of their own medicine, see how they like it...
Do nothing.No more contact with that "good" friend, either.
If you always fight, then it is an abusive relationship. If you do not want to be around your boyfriend/girlfriend, then it is an abusive relationship. If you can not talk or be around your family and friends then you are in an abusive relationship.
Formally, she stops being your aunt when they divorce; but that does not mean you can't still keep contact and be friends if you both want to.
It's your choice. If you still want to be friends with your in-laws after divorce, do that. It's not them that you're separating from.
there is now way you can do this, sorry, doing this would be illigle
Be thankful you have a new chance. Find housing and a job. Or go to school to increase your education. Make new friends and enjoy your life. Don't look back to what was.... look forward to what will be.
If you are talking about your parents to teens or children of any age this can be a trauma. Most children don't want their parents to divorce. The pros are if the parents are always arguing in front of the children; there is abuse then this can teach the child abusive behavior. Neither of these two ways of life are good for children and it's best for the parents to divorce and share custody of the children. After divorce some parents even become good friends.
yeah they got a divorce. . .they're just friends now.
an abusive boyfriend is the worst thing that can happen to a lady. if u have an abusive boyfriend the it's best u terminate the relationship. as long as ur not married the he doesn't own u. and if u stick with him and he continues abusing ur friends then they will leave u.
Tell him he needs to drop his girlfriend. If she requires that much attention and not let him hang out with his friends, then he doesn't really need her. Friends are more important than girlfriends. Girlfriends come and go, real friends remain for a lifetime.
Try to trick him or get wasted is what i do
(Apex) Be a good role model for your friends.
This depends on state. I know my state has a option of divorce with spouse being absent. Meaning if he can not locate you, then pretty much he can divorce you without your approval. Now he needs to convince the court that he can not locate at all. When he leaves, you should of kept a good tab on him like do you know his family and friends. The courts will force him to find your parents and friends first before he files for divorce with spouse being absent. Other then that, no he can not divorce you without you knowing. He can file a contested case but more then likely the court will contact you or try to contact you through a process server to serve the Divorce Complaint papers. Those are my best options
because she was gay
Yes...depending on the age of your child. It helps in emergencies, contact with friends, socially acceptable, and keeps contact between your child and you
Friendship and abuse are mutually exclusive. You cannot remain friends with your abuser. You are confusing friendship and codependence. No unless you have children together then you remain in touch in a civil manner. If you stay "friends" he will only use that as another avenue to control and manipulate you. The last jerk wanted to stay "friends". I told him I didnt want male friends. You dont owe him anything.
a mutual friend is someone who is friends with someone on your contact list.
Husbands and wives, their children, their parents and siblings, their extended families, friends and neighbors, and future partners are all affected by a divorce.Husbands and wives, their children, their parents and siblings, their extended families, friends and neighbors, and future partners are all affected by a divorce.Husbands and wives, their children, their parents and siblings, their extended families, friends and neighbors, and future partners are all affected by a divorce.Husbands and wives, their children, their parents and siblings, their extended families, friends and neighbors, and future partners are all affected by a divorce.
Probably. As long as being abusive "works" for him (lets him get on with his normal life) there's really no strong reason for him to stop.
Yes they are divorced but are still great friends
She became greedy??//