I’ve forgiven her, but I can’t forgive him.
His parents spanked him as a child, and he insists the punishment has shaped him positively.
She doesn’t want her estranged family to attend. I want to respect her wishes, but am not sure the excluded family members will.
If she stays with her current partner, I’m worried that she’ll end up alone, childless, and unhappy.
I now know intimate details about his sexual preferences, and feel like I can’t interact with him normally.
After five years of being her caregiver, I couldn’t bear the emotional or financial costs alone any longer.
I want to have a good relationship with her, but I feel overwhelmed by her negativity.
His 5-year-old and I used to have a positive relationship, but lately he's been nothing but rude and mean.
I want to respect her wishes, but I feel hurt and confused by her request.
I need to talk to him about our future, but he can’t handle it.
During my parents’ divorce, nearly 30 years ago, my father kidnapped me. He and I now have a good relationship, but my mother has never forgiven him.
In his final days, I didn’t show him the love and care he deserved.
I miss the closeness we had before our baby was born.
She said that she loves me but doesn’t want to be with me.
After we cheated on each other 26 years ago, we promised to never let outsiders into our marriage again. But for more than two years, he’s been carrying on some sort of friendship with a woman from his high school.
I’m not sure why I’m reacting so strongly to hearing about conflicts at school.
He wants to take pictures with her and their daughter like they’re still one happy family—and I want him to stop.
She thought that her daughter would want to meet her one day. Twenty-five years later, that’s not true.
My husband and I live close to him, but he rarely visits us.
Listening to my friends talk about their relationship problems is getting really tough.