Many people try alcohol and marijuana at some point during their lifetime. You may have even tried it yourself in high school or college alongside your best friends or classmates. However, there's a big difference between trying something once or even using it recreationally and dealing with a full-blown addiction.
Divorce can get pretty ugly, especially when spouses have no other option but to settle their differences through lengthy court proceedings. Not only do tempers run high, but sometimes, good sense and ethics fly right out the window. Spouses will do anything to one-up each other — including some very sneaky,
When you've tried everything, including couples therapy, and things are still bleak, coming to terms with the fact that your marriage has run its course isn't easy. Maybe you want different things in life. Perhaps addictions and other difficult circumstances have left you with no choice. Whatever the reason may
When you walk down the aisle and get married, you don't usually stop to consider things like who will end up with the marital home if you decide to split up later. However, these concerns quickly enter your mind when you're in the midst of a divorce. In many cases,
Marriage is supposed to be one of the greatest parts of our lives, filled with joy, love, and admiration. But what happens when the honeymoon phase ends and you're left constantly feeling sad, frustrated, or conflicted? In many cases, this is a sign that something isn't right — and in many
Infidelity is never an easy experience to work through for couples in any sort of committed relationship. Cheating in any form, whether it’s purely physical or a more emotional affair, breaks down any trust partners felt between each other, and this trust is often difficult to repair. As a
When my marriage with my now ex-husband fell apart after a decade, I felt a mixture of conflicting emotions. In some ways, I felt relieved to finally see the light at the end of the very long, painful tunnel I’d been running down for the past several years in