Dating for separated divorced
My husband is a guy who is totally not romantic and I have come to terms with that.
We have agreed that we will not celebrate Valentines, Christmas, anniversaries etc, but only each other’s birthday, but it has become so bad that he brought me to hawker centre for dinner and buy me a weighing scale as birthday present this year. Continue reading » Number of View: 975 Dear Sir, I am writing to you as I have no one else to turn to and neither the HDB nor Family Court is willing to hear me out.
Now that we are old, I am 60 and he is 62, he keep making unpleasant remarks about me and say hurting things such as I cannot give him sex anymore, so he needs to find younger women outside.
Lately, for the past half year or so he is very engrossed with Whatsapp chatting, always using his hp to do messaging.
Just googled through the internet and successfully found out about this support group.
I’m really unsure how to begin but I’m unofficially separated from my wife.
On one occasion when we were fighting about his cheating, he physically hurt me: flipped me off the bed with such force that I somersaulted and landed oddly on my back on the floor, restrained my hands when I tried to call the police and slapped me in the face so hard that I instantly fell to my knees from a standing position.
If there is another opportunity of having a second wife in the future, it would definitely be for the much better as by then I will know how to love a woman. Continue reading » Number of View: 902Dear Gilbert, I came across your website once searching for advice online for divorce procedures.Everything changes early this year when she tried to avoid talking or going out with me and its getting worse early February.She totally shut me out until I received a SMS from her that she wants a divorce!!After the above incident, I moved out of our HDB flat that very same night, to live with my parents but returned to the marital home about 1-2 months later, with the intention of working at the marriage Out of depression and loneliness, I had found joy again through secretly seeing another man and my husband became suspicious after a while. Continue reading » Number of View: 695 Hi Gilbert, Thanks for asking and the concern. I don’t blame my wife as to whether she really did betray me or not (anyway there’s no way to prove or to find out unless I confront that guy. I feel that, as a husband, I have to bear the biggest accountability of the failure of my marriage.So to make her happy and the last good thing I could do now – I have to let her go.
We have been married for almost 35 years and in all these years, its either he is having affairs with divorcees or with married women.