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A hopeful story is about a couple who had a long standing fight when they were married; the woman would tell rather long, involved stories as she presented her "anxious case" about a relational problem.
The man would feel tense, because it was hard to keep track after hearing the first few points (especially when "under the gun") and would invariably interrupt, leading her to accuse him of being disrespectful, never letting her finish.
Upcoming blogs will discuss action strategies to help those interested in dating their ex-spouse, and others generally caught in negative relationship patterns with a significant other, navigate the difficult passage.
Ghostwriter and film consultant Christina Hamlett has written professionally since 1970.
What if you can’t completely cut off contact because you have children together, run a business together, or work together? If your ex wants to know how you’re handling the breakup? And you know what they say—what comes around goes around. And depending on the size of the city you live in, a post-breakup run-in with your ex is not only possible, it’s probable. Bumping into him does not mean that the two of you are meant to be together.
A word of warning when you’re in post-breakup mourning: DO NOT seek comfort in the arms of your ex. Instead, recruit a support system from your inner circle of friends, preferably friends who have your best interests at heart and won’t report back to your ex on your progress and setbacks. Then shut the door on any and all opportunities to help each other heal following the breakup.
She was visibly moved and felt affirmed (instead of disrespected), was receptive to his request for time to process her initial points, and was able to listen.
Basic requirements for ex-spousal dating exploration include a significant duration between divorce and dating, a strong belief in change, and considerable courage to go back into a potentially stressful relationship with "old baggage" that may trigger unresolved bad feelings, no matter how good one's intentions.
Between divorce and deciding to date, a highly important personal development needs to occur, what psychologists call "separation and individuation".
Her credits include many books, plays, optioned features, articles and interviews.
Publishers include Harper Collins, Michael Wiese Productions, "PLAYS," "Writer's Digest" and "The Writer." She holds a B. in communications (emphasis on audience analysis and message design) from California State University, Sacramento.
Doesn't this sound uncomfortably similar to the fighting of marital partners as they are breaking up?