15 Signs He’s Really Unhappy in Your Relationship

Is your significant other coming right out and saying he’s unhappy with your relationship? Most likely not. Men are more apt to keep things in or show their displeasure in other ways. Or perhaps he’s “telling” you he’s unhappy about isolated events or situations in your partnership, but hasn’t outright said, “Hey babe — this isn’t working for me.” Whatever the case may be, here are 15 signs he’s unhappy in your relationship.

  1. He’s wrapped up in other things . . . so much so that he doesn’t notice you like he used to. His distracted nature most likely is a sign that he’s upset about something. Whether it’s the two of you remains to be seen, but if he’s not paying attention to you like he used to . . . you’ve got an issue.

Read More: 15 Signs He’s Really Unhappy in Your Relationship

What Next?

Laura

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5 Things You Should Not Be Ashamed to Do During and After Divorce

Imagine a huge knotted ball of yarn in front of you. Imagine you’re trying to untangle each knot. Have you ever done that? Untangled a gold chain? A knot in your hair? Your shoelace? Your ball of yarn?

Can you recall the feeling of frustration and annoyance, as every time you thought you had the knot free and clear, you really didn’t? Can you remember the patience and persistence it took to get that knot free?

That my friends is divorce. Untangling your life from another’s. Learning to build another life as you pick away at “knots” often frustrated, but always, always requiring persistence.

With that said there will be things you may have to do during and after the divorce process that will feel frustrating and require you to be persistent and patient. Despite those feelings of discomfort and aggravation, please don’t be ashamed to do these things in order to cope with both the divorce itself and making a life for you once the divorce is done.

 

1- Get Financial Help

You may not have financial stability during this process. You may have once been comfortable. You may have come from a comfortable or middle-class family.

You may now be completely, financially unstable.

You may feel desperate at times and may wonder, “Which bill should I pay and which should I risk letting go?”

Here are things you should do—and don’t feel ashamed:

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Stay Positive,

Laura

10 Times He’ll Say ‘I Love You’ (And What It Really Means)

ome of us say “I love you” more easily than others but when he says “I love you,” sometimes it means a little more than just those three words. It depends on the context where the words are uttered and, of course, the unique relationship between the two people.

Those three words mean so much, but sometimes, they simply do more justice than spelling it all out for you. Here’s what it means when he says I love you, and how each utterance means something different.

1. When you lose a loved one

He can’t make it better for you, so when he says he loves you, he’s really saying, “I wish I could make the hurt go away.” He wants to eliminate your pain but instead can only offer his love and himself.

2. When you two are fighting

If he tells you he loves you as you two are fighting, there are a few things he may be trying to say:

  • Please stop thinking about why you’re mad and let me charm you.
  • I want the fighting to stop.
  • It’s okay if we don’t see eye-to-eye; I still love you anyway

Read More: 10 Times He’ll Say ‘I Love You’ (And What It Really Means)

What Does It Mean To You?

Laura

10 Things You SHOULD Do When Divorcing With Kids

There are some things that people intrinsically know and “say” they’re going to do if they are divorcing with kids…and then the divorce gets ugly.

And then…people stop behaving like adults in the best interest of the kids…and instead, in the best of interest of their own egos and attitudes…entirely in the worst way for their children!

This is not acceptable. We know way too much about the impact of divorce on children. We all love our kids. Just because the divorce is stressful it does not mean that parents get to forget about the little human beings that need them so very much to be, civil, mature and responsible.

Here are 10 things you SHOULD do when divorcing with kids if you want your kids to be happy, period.

 

1- Don’t Compare Them to The Ex – Keep To Yourself

Telling your kid in a negative tone of voice how “You remind me so much of your father/mother” or “You act so much like daddy/mommy,” is a surefire way to mess up your kids.

I don’t care if your child is your ex’s twin—be quiet! Keep those thoughts in your head. Save your issues with your ex for your ex, and not your innocent child.

 

2- Let The Small Stuff Slide

Does your ex-have the sneakers you bought at his or her house and not yours?

Does your child want to bring toys from your house to your ex’s? Does your child not feeling well and wants to sleep in at the exes during your custody time?

Let it slide. If it’s not happening constantly or affecting YOUR CHILD, drop it.

Read More:  10 Things You SHOULD Do When Divorcing With Kids

9 Things GOOD Men Do That Women Find SERIOUSLY Attractive

Let’s not pay attention to the bad boys because they leave us high and dry and really are no fun, save for a few bedroom romps. Honestly, if you’re over 21 I can tell you: bad boys lose their appeal. They’ve got a clear expiration date. They’re cute when they’re young but as a girl matures into a woman, her patience for them disappears.

And while the saying may be that “good men are hard to find,” they are not impossible to find. They do exist! And when we ladies find a good man, there are so many things about that person that we love that we cannot help but overlook the small things he might do to upset us.

Truly, when you break it down, bad guys are “boys” but good guys are “men.” Would you rather play with a boy, or run with a man?

Here’s what women find attractive and utterly irresistible about men that make bad boys look like little babies.

1. He’s handy.

No, we’re not helpless but I love a man who can fix things. And yes, I’m still a feminist but I’m smart enough to know what I do well and what I don’t. And women love a man who not only can fix things but who also want to fix things for us. Not because he thinks we’re helpless but because he wants to help and make things better for the woman he loves.

Read More: 9 Things GOOD Men Do That Women Find SERIOUSLY Attractive