Do you ever wish that there could be a product recall, for your husband..?
Like a husband recall?
Where you could just package him back up, return him to where you found him and then go back home alone.
That feeling of relief that you no longer have a potentially dangerous product in your home, that could break at any moment and cause you harm.
Or maybe it wasn’t dangerous, but just not a great fit for you, so being able to return it quibble free is equally relieving.
I used to often think that the answer to all my marital problems, would be to just go back in time and not marry my now ex-husband (and if I could keep my kids then that would be perfect).
That seemed to me to be the only solution that didn’t involve any drama, heartache or future suffering.
But clearly that wasn’t an option outside of my imagination.
So instead, I continued to agonise over the decision of whether or not to leave my marriage without ever really coming to a solid conclusion.
And when I did finally make a decision, I realised how I could have easily made that same decision much, much earlier, if only I’d known this one simple truth.
And to find out about this simple, life changing, problem-solving truth, you’ll need to watch my free online webinar 'How to know for sure whether or not to leave your marriage'.
Because let’s face it, although it sounds like a great idea, the husband recall is never gonna happen is it? We’re going to have to deal with this one ourselves ;-)
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When you take too long in Tesco… and your abusive partner lets you know about it
I’m pretty sure this has happened to everyone.
You quickly run into Tesco on your way to visit friends and spend a few minutes choosing some things that you hope they’ll enjoy. You get to the checkouts and they’re busy – meaning a quick dash to the shops has turned into a 10 minute stop, as you wait your turn in a busy London branch of Tesco.
But it’s not the end of the world, right?
Your partner meanwhile is waiting outside in the car for you whilst you quickly run in. They’re probably starting to wonder where you are and what happened to the quick, two-minute dash that the stop was meant to be. They’ll probably be a little annoyed when you get back in the car, or maybe they’re not. It is, after all, only a few extra minutes, and you’re not the only one in the supermarket trying to do some shopping…
So even if the baby has now started to cry out of boredom – as they do – and even if your partner is getting annoyed at having to wait… do they show their frustration?
When I look back at my youth, I realise that I spent most of my time looking for Mr Right. My whole world seemed to be focused on finding him and not much else. While I studied, travelled and worked like everyone else, deep down my world revolved around needing to find him, because once I did, everything would be amazing, I would be happy and my life could finally start.