Coping with ex wife dating another
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Recently, I had a call from one of my good divorced friends who just got the news that his ex was remarrying, asking for some divorce advice.
You want to inform your ex, since you and he share the responsibility of raising your children together.None of us like to think about the harsh reality that someone who once loved us is now out to hurt and even punish us, but it’s true.Bitter, disgruntled and dismissed ex’s seek vengeance in any number of ways, including acts of violence, bullying, intimidation, harassment, passive aggressive behavior, silent indifference and using the children as pawns.You are aware that you should tread lightly in bringing up this sensitive subject with your ex and taking your ex's feelings into consideration will go a long way.Despite your relationship with your ex-spouse, informing him that you are dating is about your children.Let’s look at four of the most common ways ex’s hurt and punish their former partners, why they do it and some positive alternatives to this kind of destructive behavior. Putting Children in the Crossfire Ex’s can became so ruthless, vicious and contentious that they falsely accuse their ex-husband or ex-wife, or soon-to-be ex, of child abuse, domestic violence, alcoholism, infidelity, illegal acts and so on.
Brainwashing children and turning them against their other parent creates a no-win scenario of split loyalties in the psych of a child.
Steve told me, "I didn't think I would feel this way.
I guess I just assumed that even though we were divorced, I would always be her one and only and that no man would ever take what had been "my place.'"Steve was experiencing some of the feelings that many men know as his former spouse announces her engagement to someone else.
Find other people who will play a supportive role in your life.
Spending time with friends can help you to fully detach from the relationship, says researcher Samantha Joel in a September 2012 article in "Psychology Today." The idea is to find other people who can replace some of the role that your ex played in your life.
Another way of putting children in the crossfire is to punish your ex over time with silent disdain.