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Four Things You Should Know About Divorce By Jemimah Macaday

We've fallen out of love" and "We just aren't meant for each other." These and other popular clich├ęs have unfortunately been heard between husbands and wives today. If you are a married husband or wife, whether newlyweds or been wedded for years, do you feel the same as the aforementioned statements? Well, you are not alone. BUT! At this moment, try to stop--and think before making a speedy decision to end your marriage. Here are a few but crucial things you must know about divorce. 1. The Financial Problem Marital separation worldwide proved to have injuriously affected women financially. A seven-year European study, headed by Mieke Jansen, exposed that after split-up, the income of women dropped off by 17 percent, while men's income increased by 11 percent. According to Jansen, this is more difficult to most women because they have to find a job to support them and their children's material needs, plus the fact that they have to deal with the e

A review of the book 'four loves' by c.s.lewis

"We need others physically, emotionally, intellectually; we need them if we are to know anything, even ourselves." We hear often that love is patient and kind, not envious or prideful. We hear that human love is a reflection of divine love. We hear that God is love. But how do we understand its work in our lives, its perils and rewards? Here, the incomparable C. S. Lewis examines human love in four forms: affection, the most basic, general, and emotive; friendship, the most rare, least jealous, and, in being freely chosen, perhaps the most profound; Eros, passionate love that can run counter to happiness and poses real danger; charity, the greatest, most spiritual, and least selfish. Proper love is a risk, but to bar oneself from it--to deny love--is a damning choice. Love is a need and a gift; love brings joy and laughter. We must seek to be awakened and so to find an Appreciative love through which "all things are possible." " The Four Loves  deserves t

How to Mend Your Relationship After Cheating - 4 Fool Proof Tips to Get Back With Your Ex By Casey Gentles

Although none would like to consider the idea that there comes a time that they will be tempted to have an affair to someone who is more exciting, this incidence is common. However, no matter how common it is, it should not really be the case. Cheating is wrong. But when you find yourself in this situation, the best thing to do is to pack yourself and learn how to mend relationship after cheating. Here are some of the steps that you can do: 1. Decide if you would like to Be Honest with what you did- this must be a personal decision, consider the values of your partner and the situation you are into. You can keep it as a secret if you simply would like to correct the wrong that you have done. But there are people who would argue that the feeling of being guilty is something that is so hard to deal with thus they will vote on honesty more. 2. Assess the Principles that Lead you to Cheat- there is always a reason for everything, examine your reasoning and motivations. What did allo

How to Mend a Relationship - Even If You Are Doing All the Work By Nygel McVee

How to mend a relationship that has taken a turn for worse can be a difficult task. The task even becomes greater if you are the only one doing the mending. Sometimes it feels like we aren't getting any help from our partner's when it comes to mending a broken relationship. Don't give up hope, things can get better, even if you are the one doing all the work. How to mend a relationship will take time and effort, but here are a few helpful tips that might speed up the process. 1. Try to remain positive . Focus on yourself, and take a break from all the stress of a broken relationship. If your doctor gives you the okay, begin some sort of exercise program that will be quite beneficial in relieving some of the stress in your life. Exercise is a great stress buster, especially while you are trying to mend a relationship that has become strained. 2. Adjust accordingly. Realizing that your relationship has taken a turn for the worse is indicative that t