Posts Tagged ‘marriage’
Despite rumors (or were they?) circling the media last August that Chelsea Clinton wed long time boyfriend, Marc Mezvinsky at Martha’s Vineyard last summer, the Clinton camp has denied that the union ever took place. However, rumor has it again that the couple will REALLY wed this summer, although the duo are keeping very quiet about the details.
Spencer, an ex-government-hired super assassin trades his career for domestic bliss when he meets Jen, a computer tech. But, three years into their marriage Spencer becomes the target of a multi-million dollar hit that has the couple running for their lives. This deep dark secret life has the couple headed for divorce court as they dodge bullets trying to figure out who’s behind the plot to kill him. Be ready to be entertained with some wackiness that only these two actors could pull off.
Does your secret lover have a deep dark secret past? Maybe they’re in trouble with the law or have people after them. While the chances of running for your lives are remote, you may wish to demand full disclosure before settling down. You never know if something is buried underneath their sweet exterior. Being open and honest (and a little digging) can help prevent these surprises from happening to you.
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Hot male celebs having extra marital affairs seems to be Hollywood’s newest trend. You can find the stories just about everywhere: Tiger Woods sleeping with multiple women, Jesse James’ affair with a controversial ‘model’, Tiki Barber, who has reportedly left his 8 month pregnant wife for an intern, and even John Edwards, who admits to not only cheating on his cancer stricken wife, but also fathering a child with a willing participant. But, cheating doesn’t discriminate; both men and women can be victims.
If you’ve ever considered an affair, it’s best if you first weigh the downsides to the initial thrill and excitement you may be feeling. This behavior may signify an underlying insecurity that you haven’t dealt with yet like depression, fear of invalidation or commitment issues. Below are some possible causes and solutions for cheating:
- Marriage- You married someone who you weren’t 100% in love with, thinking that eventually your feelings would blossom and grow. Before you find your sexual urges wandering outside the marriage to quench your lusting thirst for someone else, look to your spouse for excitement and try to determine the source of your emotional issues first.
- Communication- Once you realize the reasons your thoughts or actions led you to look toward that sexy intern at the office or the handsome, hot bodied landscaper, have a conversation with your husband or wife. Sometimes just talking about your needs in the relationship can quickly fix the things that are going wrong.
- Counseling- Some unions require additional support to work through the problems. Your insurance company may provide coverage to assist with the cost, but if not, there are community organizations and centers, or perhaps churches and synagogues, that have programs for couples. Getting help could strengthen your bond and save your marriage.
- Separation- If you’ve explored all of your options and still can’t find common ground, it could be that the marriage really wasn’t meant to be. Before choosing to cheat, discuss the option of separation. Time apart will give you the opportunity to examine your inner self and discover why you got married to your spouse in the first place. If separating doesn’t work, it’s better to part ways than to risk hurting your spouse with a fling.
No matter what path you choose, extra marital affairs can only lead to pain and heartache. You married for a reason, so before stepping out, take a moment to step back in and look at your lives from a different perspective. Be open with your spouse about your feelings and if you still see no future, end the relationship before moving on.
Please share your relationship story. Sometimes just writing it down can lead to a positive solution.
What’s up with the big scary ”C” word? Is it holding you back from settling down? How do you know if there will even be a next step with your partner? Whether you’re with someone new, together for several months or cohabitating for years, there could be telling signs about your relationship potential. Take a moment and read my article, Love Lessons for Commitment Phobes.
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