Newly divorced and dating
If you start thinking about sex as something you may never experience again, you might be more interested in slipping into something more comfortable and dimming the lights.Few things reconnect a couple better than sex and touch.
She even keeps me from working on personal projects that have strict dead-lines.From a divorced person’s viewpoint, it’s distressing to think that all that potential intimacy is being wasted on married couples who’d rather watch Conan. Speaking of kids, divorce — if it’s done right, with mutual respect and shared custody — allows for a lot more equality in a relationship when it comes to parenting.Divorced dads often take on tasks they’ve never had to deal with before, so they’re forced to become more hands-on.Many people act like it’s no big deal, but I imagine the longer one ignores this issue, the worse one’s personal relationships will be affected in the long run.2014 Challenge: Divorce your phone, your apps, your social-feeds, and engage in relationships with people that actually matter. Later, after I discovered my now-ex husband’s affair, I realized he hadn’t been joking; he really was living like that. I’ve been divorced a few years now, and I’m revisiting his comment. No, I don’t think you should act like you’re single when you’re married.
After all, never-married singles typically have a lot of unrealistic expectations about marriage that can be damaging.
Vow to spend a significant amount of time off your mobile-devices, unplugged, and instead get back to making personal relationships that will stand the test of time. Share this with a friend, and let’s get the “Divorce Your Phone” movement going.
Other than God, my wife deserves to be the #1 priority in my life and I don’t want anything to get in the way of that. But I hope you will take this into consideration regardless.
She’s extremely insensitive when it comes to my safety, and is always tempting me to be with her while I drive.
I can’t help but notice she is slowly infecting my social life, my marriage, and the lives of those around me.
It sounds weird, but here’s what it would look like: 1) Feel some freedom.