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The End of a Quarter Century

Isabel We fell in love in 1987, love at first sight. By 1992 we had an amazing baby girl together. Then many more tries, and fails, to have babies, a tes 2nd trimester termination, attempted adoption – all things I thought would bond us irrevocably, since they didn’t split us up. We were buddies, loved the same quirky music, films, art and books. We shared some friends and not others. It was a life. Then came the early afternoon of...

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Message from ‘T’: Husband Placing Ads on Websites

Question: “Time and time again when i come on computer i see that he has adds on i don’t know how many website looking for any woman . Then when i confront him with it he deny’s it to my face.Well this time i deleted his add and will confront him with it and see how he reacts. First and foremost he will say that he didn’t do it. Which i know is a lie. What do i do ?” Answer: ‘T’, I’m really sorry...

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Laura’s Diary – 5th – 10th March

Laura’s Diary – 5th – 10th March

A friend of mine has pointed out that I should really explain a little more here, and that Pete comes across pretty sympathetically if you don’t know the full background. Which I completely agree he does, in fact they both do. It’s not even like I believe they’re bad people or anything, I know they’re not. I just think if this is what he wants to do, he should be single. It’s not difficult, its the deception that is...

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Laura’s Diary – 28th Feb to 2nd Mar

Strange what bugs you about these things, isn’t it? It’s my garden not his, he’s not remotely interested in it. I ordered the new trees and planted them, while he went off fishing. The fact that he lied about that bugs me more than the way he’s arranging to meet this woman. Sara February 29, 2012 at 5:12 am Thanx…….but not sure there’s anything anyone can do. John and i have fallen out and i miss him...

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The stress of the recession on relationships

Guest Author: Ranjana Banerjee It’s very hard for even the strongest of relationships to remain on an even keel when there is so much uncertainty at the moment. Stress levels are up and bank balances are down. Listening to the radio this morning and couldn’t tune out the doom and gloom air surrounding our forthcoming budget. Even though we don’t know yet what’s in store, it seems like it will get us one way or the other....

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The Pain and the Strain that Infidelity Can Cause Your Relationship

Guest Author: Barbara The pain that one feels when he/she was cheated on by his/her spouse is immeasurable. And infidelity is one of the reasons why many marriages end up in divorce. When your spouse has cheated on you, there are a lot of questions that would come to your mind such as were you at fault and why your spouse went astray. If you are the wife, you may be asking yourself, have you not loved him enough? Did you not satisfy him enough?...

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