There is nothing so terrifying in a married woman's life than the threat of an unfaithful spouse. Well, most everything else we can handle; losing a job, losing a parent, the sickness of a child or relative. So put that Sharpie down and don't ask your bestie if three-four letter words need a hyphen or not. Yes, a different one than you imagined, but you never know -- it could be better than the first.All of those things can be "fixed"; they have solutions that we can band together with our spouse to overcome. But an affair is the relationship equivalent of pouring Roundup on fresh, green grass; it kills everything around it. If you're unfortunate enough to be faced with this situation, there are things you should do..more importantly, things you shouldn't. Your new relationship will have unique challenges you won’t find when dating single or divorced men.
It's a love so pure and so strong, it consumes you; a perpetual state of calming assurance that everything will be all right.
Letting go of a soul mate is among the hardest things you’ll ever do.
After all, letting go means you’re willingly ignoring someone who brings you incomparable happiness.
When it comes to men, there are five things you need to know about them that affects their behavior after they've lost a spouse.1.
Widowers Have an Internal Need for Relationships A few weeks after my late wife, Krista, and I were married, we had dinner with her grandmother, a widow.