Dealing with your ex wife dating
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Rapper Eminem may be known for his controversial lyrics, but he is equally known for his on-again, off-again relationship with his wife — they have been married and divorced several times to (and from) each other.
We were never exclusive and hadn't spoken in six months! After doing some soul searching, I realized my reasons were different for each person.
With the first ex, I still relied on him for emotional support the way I did when we were dating, and seeing him with someone else made me wonder if we could still have as close a relationship.
She is a pastoral family counselor and has parented birth, step, adopted and foster children.
She holds bachelor's degrees in English and history from Centenary College of Louisiana.
In such cases, Munroe suggests letting your wife's ex help determine how you relate to each other.
For example, if he doesn’t seem to mind that you are a part of her life, don’t make a big deal of it either.
The questions you should ask if that happens to you include: “What do you want to do?
"Maybe she's just a friend," I thought — until I saw comments from her friends like "he's a cutie! But that didn't stop his new profile picture, with an unknown woman next to him.
(Sure, she could be a friend, but seeing two people in the same profile picture is basically a giveaway.) Again, I didn't feel I had the right to be upset.
However, you can control your reaction to him and work to make the best of the relationship.
Erin Munroe, author of “The Everything Guide to Stepparenting” suggest you apply three words to the relationship -- “grace, dignity and respect.” Treat her ex the way you want to be treated in every respect.
Don't put any step kids in the middle of conflicts over the ex's behavior.