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And somehow, her action got through to her husband, because he began doing his own therapy to work on his own issues and figure out his role in their marriage. Maybe you have that brief moment where you feel like you’ve been wronged, , and then what?
But my divorce didn’t have anything to do with what was going on then–it had everything to do with all the stuff that had been building up for years.
When the kids are young, there’s just no time to talk about everything that’s going on. It’s still there, and if you don’t address it, it eventually destroys your marriage.”“I think it’s important that you’re doing this now.
I ran into him one day as his divorce was being finalized, and he looked a little shell shocked over the fact that he was actually getting divorced.
Here’s what he had to say: “If there’s one tip I’d share, it’s that you have to make time for your adult relationship, too. We thought there would be plenty of time for us when the kids were older, but by the time they got older, it was too late.” So far, I’ve stayed away from the attachment parenting debate as much as possible, but I can’t get his words (or his sad face) out of my mind.
Besides driving another wedge between you and your honey, that is. Think about this Nelson Mandela quote for awhile and then tell me what you think: “ 3) Put some time into your marriage.
This one came to me from an acquaintance who practiced attachment parenting, and was an avid supporter of the whole practice.
But when I don’t tell someone else about it, it continues to eat at me and eventually spurs me to action.
What does staying stuck in that resentment really accomplish, anyway?
“I love you and I’m not leaving you, “she said, “but this ring doesn’t represent what it should–our marriage isn’t a true union right now.” She felt peaceful about her decision, she said, and she didn’t do it to threaten her spouse–she did it because she’d decided it was time for her to let her husband know she wasn’t going to keep picking up all of the slack when it came to maintaining their marriage.
Now, I’m not in any way advocating that you do this yourself.
2) Figure out what kind of payoff you’re getting from being resentful. Do you feel better after you’ve stomped around the house and/or told your friends what a jerk your husband/wife is?