I am a single, never-married guy who sometimes dates a particular married woman. And her husband likes me and approves because he says that his wife is always in a better mood and easier to get along with, after she has been with me.<br />
There is nothing sexual or romantic. We just go somewhere in public and talk.<br />
My point is that married people need a social life outside their marriage in order to sustain their marriage. A married couple needs more friends than just each other.
Hello, your question made me wonder if you know that the single life is very difficult and ca be very lonely too.<br />
I am single and fell lonely. I don't think that makes any difference in this moment and world we live now to have or not a partner. Don't think you are going to get divorce and fell happy straightway. Maybe you fell more upset in the end. Fight for your love. And remember why you got married in the first place. All the best. xx
I would ask God to hug me tight and help to lead me in the right direction,and get started.I do wish you the very best,take it easy don't get to stressed and it will all work out.You will feel lonely and scared but one day at a time healing will take place.23 years is a long time.I will be here for you any time.Trails
I know this may sound crass, but I was in a very unhappy marriage and lonely so I went onto a dating site, merely out of curiosity. I remained anonymous for a while (i.e. no photo) and just started chatting with people. It was fun chatting with them in this very elusive environment. I had something to look forward to, you know, coming home from work and seeing if anyone replied to my e-mails.<br />
I started to realize that I was interested in meeting some of these people. It gave me the courage and strength to file for a divorce. Once the grace period had passed for my divorce and I knew it was inevitable, I started sending my picture to people I wanted to get to know better. By the time my divorce was final I was ready to start meeting new people. Just for the record, I met a couple of gems, one of them I'm still with. I have been blessed. If there is no recourse for your marriage, this may put a little spark in your life. Good Luck and get happy!
I think only you can answer that<br />
Sit and think - is this just a rough patch - maybe an extended one or something more permanent?<br />
Take a long look. Do you think there is anything left to save? Do they think there is anything left to save. <br />
If one of you does - talk it through an see if you want t try. IF not - make moves to end it amicably<br />
If neitehr of you does, take a grown up approach, accept that it was good while it lasted but move on.
find the strength, find support, find happiness. Its is out there. I found support through a women's group, church, family and friends.
My question is do you really want to leave or are you willing to work threw whatever the situation is?
Wow ok. Well do you have any kids? If not I say tell your husband you want a divorce. Is that a safe thing to do or will he start acting crazy?
same thing happened to me have a look at my story,pm me if you like
Just do it, the longer you wait the harder it is on you...Big hugs...