• Why do widowed/divorce men tend to remarry much quicker and/or much more often than widowed/divorce women?

    I'm not talking about everyone I know a woman who met her second husband in her first husband's funeral. I mean in general it is much more common for men. Also why do men (and women) tend to marry younger after their 1st marriage?
    I'm not talking about everyone I know a woman who met her second husband in her first husband's funeral. I mean in general it is much more common for men. Also why do men (and women) tend to marry younger after their 1st marriage?
    22 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do married couples sleep together ?

    Best answer: For most people it is very pleasant to share a bed with someone you love. I always enjoyed it.
    Best answer: For most people it is very pleasant to share a bed with someone you love. I always enjoyed it.
    31 answers · 3 days ago
  • Am I in an abusive marriage?

    So we’ve only been married 3 months. I’m wondering if I should try to work this out or leave. I have fibromyalgia. I’ve been with him for two years. He knows my condition. I’m in pain every single day. It takes me a good hour just to feel normal in the morning after I wake up. On the weekends he wants sex the... show more
    So we’ve only been married 3 months. I’m wondering if I should try to work this out or leave. I have fibromyalgia. I’ve been with him for two years. He knows my condition. I’m in pain every single day. It takes me a good hour just to feel normal in the morning after I wake up. On the weekends he wants sex the very moment I open my eyes. I’m very cranky from the pain so I tell him I need to wake up first so I feel better. So I just move around to allow my body to adjust from waking up. He goes to the kitchen to make coffee while I get myself together. Then, I go to hug him in the kitchen and he shrugs me off him. I ask what’s wrong and he says that he’s turned off now because I’m selfish and only want sex when it’s convenient for me. I can’t live like this in such an unaffectionate marriage. He doesn’t want to hear about how I feel. He seemed so understanding before we married. Now he calls me lazy and a quitter. Can this be worked out? Right now my pride is hurt more than anything because I’m too logical to let abuse get to me emotionally. W just see it for what it is. Should I just leave? What should I do?
    44 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it normal to want sex everyday?

    Best answer: Well, no. If you wanted it every day, all day, you might have a problem.
    Best answer: Well, no. If you wanted it every day, all day, you might have a problem.
    22 answers · 3 days ago
  • My husband installed a camera in my daughter's bedroom?

    So my husband and I have been married for eight months now, but he didn't officially move in with me until just recently. I also have a teenage daughter from my first marriage who lives with me for most of the year. Up until yesterday, he and my daughter have gotten along great and I really enjoyed having a... show more
    So my husband and I have been married for eight months now, but he didn't officially move in with me until just recently. I also have a teenage daughter from my first marriage who lives with me for most of the year. Up until yesterday, he and my daughter have gotten along great and I really enjoyed having a real family unit again. However last night when my daughter was doing laundry she discovered some kind of recording device with a little camera lens taped under one of the shelving units in her bedroom closet. We have no idea how long it's been there or if it's even functional. We weren't too alarmed at first, but over the course of the night she became increasingly panicked at the thought of somebody watching her in her sleep. I texted my husband (he's currently out of town) and asked him if he knew anything about it. At first he denied knowing anything, but after a couple of hours he called me and admitted that he put it there. He claimed that he only put it there to "keep tabs" on her and that it was "for her own safety". It's true that she was HAS gotten into trouble recently for drinking alcohol, and she DOES have a history of sneaking out. Even if he did put it there for those reasons, this is still way over line, right? I want desperately to believe his reasoning, but I'm starting to suspect that he probably has other motives for putting it there. He won't be home for another two days. How should I handle this until then and what should I do when gets back?
    13 answers · 17 hours ago
  • Have you ever heard of a couple married for 7 years with no children?

    Best answer: I was married for 8 years before we had our first child. Still happily married after 43 years.
    Best answer: I was married for 8 years before we had our first child. Still happily married after 43 years.
    19 answers · 2 days ago
  • What can I do about my ex using child support money for our daughter to support 2 kids from other relationships?

    I pay child support for my 15 year old daughter monthly. My ex uses the money to support my daughter and the other 2 kids because their dads are not on court mandated child support. They are self-employed and barely give her anything. Since the child support I'm paying is supporting 4 people, my daughter did... show more
    I pay child support for my 15 year old daughter monthly. My ex uses the money to support my daughter and the other 2 kids because their dads are not on court mandated child support. They are self-employed and barely give her anything. Since the child support I'm paying is supporting 4 people, my daughter did not have money to participate in an extra curricular activity at school; her mom didn't have the money. So now, my 15-year old has a parttime job after school and is missing some of her school homework. 1) Can the courts require her to get support from the 2 dads? 2) Can I reduce my child support by sending money to the school for xtra curricular activities. 3) Can I send a portion of the child support directly to my daughter?
    22 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why does my wife always jump to conclusions?

    My wife has the uncanning ability to hear three or four words of a conversation, assume what the rest of it is, and then go directly to the end and start an argument because, she feels, she's not going to like what you have to say before you say it. Last night I get a call from my / our oldest granddaughter.... show more
    My wife has the uncanning ability to hear three or four words of a conversation, assume what the rest of it is, and then go directly to the end and start an argument because, she feels, she's not going to like what you have to say before you say it. Last night I get a call from my / our oldest granddaughter. She's 9. The child of my god-daughter before my wife and I were married. Anyway, several weeks ago my daughter informed me of a "donuts-for-dads" event at their school coming up. Her and her 6 year old brother attend the same school. My granddaughter was calling me last night to remind me that the event was in the morning. All my wife hears was "Ok, what time again? 8 AM? Alright, you know I'll be there." After a little more conversation we hung up. Right now my truck is in the shop and as convenient as it can be, my wife told me yesterday that she had taken the day off. The minute I got off the phone she lit into me like I had already asked her to change her plans and that she was tired of doing that for everyone. Several weeks ago me, her and her 23 year old son were in the car and she informed us that she had cancelled her eye doctor's appointment that Sat because she felt like someone would want her. No one asked her to do that. She just assumed and cancelled her appointment. Yes, I was going to ask her could I borrow her car to run about 5 miles down the road to our grandkids school to attend donuts for dads because their dads couldn't make it
    18 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can a Muslim woman and Christian male marry in a chapel in Las Vegas?

    Best answer: Sure. They don't care who gets married in their chapel, they are literally just in it for the money.
    Best answer: Sure. They don't care who gets married in their chapel, they are literally just in it for the money.
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Husband bosses me around like I’m a child ? Normal ?

    I want a divorce and don’t love him- he has no sense to understand I’m serious ! Anyways, his father is an executive and was very domineering to he and his mom and siblings. My grandma paid cash for my house and he was supposed to reimburse her and never did . He claims she “bought him the house as a gift and it’s... show more
    I want a divorce and don’t love him- he has no sense to understand I’m serious ! Anyways, his father is an executive and was very domineering to he and his mom and siblings. My grandma paid cash for my house and he was supposed to reimburse her and never did . He claims she “bought him the house as a gift and it’s his house his rules and I am to obey”. He tells me what I can and can’t do what pets I can have what I can cook if he doesn’t like it we don’t have it. He often will eat Most of the food and demand to take the leftovers to work and I’ll go hungry. Don’t even suggest counseling they threw us out we are done with them. Is this normal? Why can’t he understand I don’t love him and don’t want him?
    27 answers · 4 days ago
  • How do rich people avoid getting a golddigger spouse? I am getting richer and richer and I dont have a wife yet and it's hard to date ppl?

    Best answer: A person who lives extravagantly invites the attention of people looking for a free ride. If you live modestly, you do not attract that sort of person. If you make a show of your wealth, you are personally responsible for the sort of people you attract.
    Best answer: A person who lives extravagantly invites the attention of people looking for a free ride. If you live modestly, you do not attract that sort of person. If you make a show of your wealth, you are personally responsible for the sort of people you attract.
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • If you were forced to marry and were abused after marrige by your spouse what would you do.?

    Best answer: You get out and never look back. File for divorce immediately.
    Best answer: You get out and never look back. File for divorce immediately.
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why do many girls date married men?

    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • I don’t like my husbsnd’s friend?

    His friend hangs out with us every weekend with his girlfriend. His friend stayes over at our house with girlfriend. I explained to my husband, that it is inconvenient. We do not have a cleaning lady, and I have to clean other bedroom every time he leaves. But my husband cannot say no to these people. I got to the... show more
    His friend hangs out with us every weekend with his girlfriend. His friend stayes over at our house with girlfriend. I explained to my husband, that it is inconvenient. We do not have a cleaning lady, and I have to clean other bedroom every time he leaves. But my husband cannot say no to these people. I got to the point I want to leave my house and not spend weekends here. Who is right and who is wrong here? What should I do?
    15 answers · 2 days ago