kids. Saturday , March 25th , 2017 - 23:43:18 PM
Of course, my curiosity got the best of me and I started checking his messages on the rare occasion that he actually set his phone down. I then made the mistake of mentioning something that I read. Now he just clears out his messages before he plugs his phone in to charge. Am I not supposed to see WHAT hes talking about or WHO hes talking to?
In order to get free from the pain of divorce, I did a lot of introspective work with a therapist. I knew that I could not come from a place of blaming and call myself healthy. Since I am a long way past those early days, I now can say that in truth, blaming is a sign of vulnerability. In those days, my ex could hurt me. Divorce is like tangoing - it takes two to tango. I did a lot of work to look on at my side of the equation, not just hers. I believe that it pays a major compliment to your ex to acknowledge that in their own time and in their own way, they will handle all of their life challenges and it doesn't matter how long it takes them. It only matters how long it takes you. It's important to quit blaming them so that you can handle all of your life challenges. When you understand how to quit blaming, you give that as a gift to your children.
A good microscope for kids is great to use while they are growing up as it nurtures the curiosity that most children have at a young age and it also prevents gaps in knowledge of the basics of the environment which seems to becoming more common these days in our modern society. Most young children have the ability to soak up knowledge very quickly and are hungry for as much as they can get, within the right setting.
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