It is called jealousy. She is mad because he came home to you. He probably made her all kinds of promises, then realized it wasn't what he wanted. My question is why do you even know what she is saying about you? Think about that one. Either she is still in touch with your spouse or he's using the other women's so-called words about you (don't always believe she said them either) to be a spoiled inconsiderate brat and treat you with the disrespect he's treating you with. Men love sex so getting it from his wife and mistress is like a kid in a candy store. You are stuck with a malcontent, that has never matured, and you should tell him to hit the road! Don't sit there and take it and wonder about yourself and what other women think of you. Women that are confident in themselves don't need to go after married men. Once in a blue moon a woman may be be honestly conned by a guy saying he's divorced. Until she sees those divorce papers, don't a woman should never believe him! The mistress really gets the worst of it in ways. The wife knows what her husband is, and the silly mistress thinks she can tame this guy or treat him better than what he has been treated like. Little does she know half the time the cheater is giving her one pack of lies and she hasn't had to put up with his behavior. Just wait! She'll get enough of him too! I was married before, and the next thing I knew I had the mistress phoning me wanting to have a chat with me about MY OWN HUSBAND! My husband was sitting in the front room with a big smirk on his face enjoying every bit of the conversation until I said, (not exactly quoted) "You can have him and I'll tie a big fat red bow on his butt for you!" He was shocked and I took the tools away from him as far as pitting his mistress against me. I didn't play the game, moved on, divorced him and met someone new. I've never regretted it. I hope you consider the same route to take. Good luck Marcy
future spouse or spouse-to-be
in the state of Georgia, can a spouse wages be garnished if they are no longer together and is not on the account?
The brother of your spouse is your brother-in-law.
IF you were legally married then you are the surviving spouse whether or not you had lived together at the time of his death
What's your question? My advice is to purchase a book called "what to expect when expecting" and read it together with your spouse or partner.
I think that the other spouse is untitled to half of what the two had together, which includes the amount of money.
you and your live spouse must go together to the DMV
Your uncle's spouse is your aunt, whether or not you, she, or your uncle are in the Army.
Only if the surviving spouse entered into a repayment agreement with the medical providers.
The spouse of your sister's brother-in-law is not related to you.
after one year if the spouse does not answer an ad inthe local newspaper the divorce is final
The male spouse of a Rabbi is called a "Rebbitz!"
Your cousin in-law
The leave your spouse takes just after having a baby is called maternity leave.
Spending time alone together with your new spouse.
Mrs. Martha Claus.
Your brother's wife is your sister-in-law. Your spouse's sister is also called your sister-in-law. Your sibling's husband is your brother-in-law; your spouse's brother is also called your brother-in-law.
Try calmly talking to your spouse about this matter. And if your spouse assures you that they are not, then accept the fact that they are telling the truth. And if you still don't believe your spouse, try following them around & see what their up to.
ou might suggest couples counciling but you have to do it together.
groom, spouse, husband
Yes, but if you or your spouse is suspected of getting married for other reasons (ex. green card, pension change, ect...) then it is suspicious if you don't live together.
Yes, a non spouse can be removed from your home. The police will need to be called and they will escort the person off the premises.
Being gay is not a reason to "protect children". Unless there is another reason you need to protect your children from your spouse, the answer is that you need more help than your spouse does.
Because his lying
There should be no problem with your sister bringing her friend and no need for your spouse to have a problem with it, but give your spouse plenty of time to get your home in order. For sleeping arrangements your sister and her friend could have separate bedrooms if you have the room and if you don't then girls have no problem sleeping together in one bed. Your sister and her friend should help your spouse around the house and that means helping prepare meals and keeping their rooms clean. There is no doubt your sister and her friend will be out shopping and not always in your home which will give you and your spouse some privacy.