It’s all about communication when you decide to be in a committed partnership. It’s not just a given that you will automatically become a married couple. Some people are happy living together without the formalities of a wedding and all that goes with that. The important thing in any relationship is not to assume anything.
It is so important to have some personal time for yourself. Your child also needs to have time away from mom and it is essential for him to see that your life doesn’t only revolve around him. (His future wife will thank you for this! Mama’s boys can be difficult to have a relationship with!) You want to always show love towards your son but also teach him how not to be too dependent solely on you.
My Ex Boyfriend Still Blames me for our Breakup 3 Years Later! Today on Dear Sybersue Sherry writes to me about her situation and having
Red Flags are big warning signs that you should be paying close attention to when you are first getting to know someone. The fact that you are “ignoring” these flags shows that you know they are there but you would rather put up with them in a relationship than to be single and lonely. Hanging around and hoping things will change is not a healthy scenario to put yourself it.
The fact that this guy came back with an apology and explanation is a good thing, but my big question is why couldn’t he have been honest and just told you this, rather than blocking you without a word? Why did he have a problem openly communicating this to you?
Forgiveness isn’t an easy thing especially as you were blindsided by your partner when he abruptly left your marriage. The big question is; how do you move on from the pain that you went through during your divorce and is there a chance you could trust him again?