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  1. Married Women Care to Advise?

    General Relationship Discussion
    Craving advice from women married 15 years and up. Thanks for reading. Need your perspective. It's hard for my wife and I to get that loving feeling back. We do a lot for each other. We're compatible. No infidelity, medical issues, depression, substance abuse, or above normal financial stress...
  2. 5 things I learned from almost divorcing

    Coping with Infidelity
    This year my wife and I are celebrating 15 years of marriage and we have two boys (13 and 8). Not so long ago we used to get so busy with work and kids that we forgot to connect in meaningful ways. Sure, we always meant well but more often than not other things got in the way. We felt we just...
  3. Pros and Cons list... Can I overcome the cons?

    General Relationship Discussion
    So I am fully aware that no marriage is perfect and that every relationship has its flaws. My question is, are there some flaws that just can't be resolved? When does compromise in a marriage become too much? How can you take care of your own needs without being selfish. I've been with my...
  4. Reverse the 180?

    General Relationship Discussion
    Should I initiate contact during the separation? My wife have been together for nine years and married for three of those. We recently separated. The context There is a never ending cycle of blame so it is difficult for me to pinpoint the starting point. In general, for me, it was more about...
  5. Team "Us" - How Do You Get There?

    General Relationship Discussion
    I appreciated comments to my last thread, but I think I may have missed the mark so I'm trying it again. Thanks for your patience! I met and married my husband rather quickly, about three years ago. When we met I was going through an unprecedented rough time at work, he was coming out of a...
  6. Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy - Hope for Relationships

    General Relationship Discussion
    There is a science of love now that provides a huge amount of hope for couples who are struggling. Dr. Sue Johnson has trained therapists all over the world in this approach and it has been show to be more successful than any other approach. The interview at this link is a great introduction...