My soon to be ex husband told me that we can talk to see if we can work things out…which was wonderful news for me but….He said it was gonna take a long time and he’s not sure if things will work. We don’t have a set plan and he said he’ll call when he wants to talk. Well so far he gives me the cold shoulder when we do talk. To me, he sounds depressed. There have been a few phone calls that have been good but I’m just really unsure on how to read him. I don’t get to see him very much due to his job. I just don’t know what to do, should I take it as it is and let him do all the calling or should I try to make contact with him? I don’t know what he wants or what to expect. We never cheated, stressful events lead to our separation. We also have a daughter that he has nothing to do with and that’s a little upsetting but I don’t know if it’s because he hasn’t been able to build a bond with her. She’s only one and this past week was the first time he has seen her since she was 2 months old. Any advice?
Hire a Private Investigator and never let him know. This is protect the family at all times
You need to sit down and talk in a private place with time to talk. Hug your partner while saying soft and sweet you love him sooo much and you want this to be forever, the love level needs to be higher.. When yes then kiss and make love. This will make your relationship very happy. A good life
Make sure NOT to have KIDS by ALL means. Take Birth Control and make sure to clean a lot because it tends to make takers of birth control gain weight.
If you notice he is not changing in the long run then I recommend leaving for both of your sakes. By this way he will change and you can move on and have a good life. This is Love
If he is cheating then Get a good lawyer with NO upfront fee and LOW fees. There are many lawyers, you need to call around. Make sure his expertise in divorce and he has a long good history. Get alimony and child support and you will be ok.
I like to just add because maybe I got your attention: After 7 years of perfect marriage then a child if desired.
If things are minor I usually just wouldn’t even give it a second thought. If it is major I just fix it the best way and that’s it. Maybe this will be a good method for you guys. Always reinforce it with Love
I hope you can be stay at home wife ([no school]events with guys around unless your husband is there 100%) that takes care of all the woman things and he is taking care of all the man things like lifting, fixing working outside and handling all those jerks, and if you do work outside you know what I mean. I hope you can be a home wife so the marriage can be a loving one with peace.
Always talking is good. Find a private place to talk with time to talk. Never teach, just inform if necessary and in a meek manner. Handle the kids and teach them with few words and listen well, pay attention to details. If some parts kids can’t be handled then inform the husband.
Be a good wife and make sure all the cooking and cleaning is done. Stay Fit, Smell Good, Dress well. Make sure to make love when ever either of you want.
Be meek. Quick to listen, slow to speak. Only tell him things when needed. Never teach him. If you do tell him something make sure it is kindly. Handle the kids, and if you notice you can’t for sure then inform him in a kindly way.
Hugs and kisses are always good any time, instead in front of the guys otherwise the guys might want some too. Make sure to let him know to keep the making love part private.
On another note: Try your best. Love like you never love before. This is the best way for love to come and start surrounding your life. May love be around you, through you and is you.
Love and the Good Life will come
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