When I married my husband almost 30 years ago, I expected him to oversee our finances and to make wise decisions about money. Whenever we hit the wall financially, my husband would take money out of his 401K to pay for things. He also took his social security early. I don't want to approach my 80's with barely anything to live on.
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One of the most important parts of transitioning into lovemaking is developing the mental discipline to close down the many mental windows open in a woman's mind. A woman must be able to "turn off," in order to be able to "turn on!" Given the extra steps women generally need to be able to get to a state of genuine interest in connecting sexually, "Bridges to Desire" may be helpful.
I regularly thank Heavenly Father for blessing me with a companion who is far better than I knew and far finer than I deserve. So, why is it that I sometimes get irritated, impatient or judgmental of my dear companion? How can I explain patches of discontent?
Many struggle struggling with the idea of separation, inevitability of divorce, or have already experienced the end of a marriage. But there is hope when it comes to taking the next step in healing after making the decision to undo a bond that’s been worn too thin.
Almost a year ago on Valentine's Day, my husband gifted me with an eight-page letter detailing all the issues that he has in regards to the Church and that he was done with all of it. Not long after the letter, his garments came off. He started to drink coffee and alcoholic beverages. Stories emerged of flirtations with other women, I have felt my life crumbling out from under me.