A MAN who hid his ‘micropenis’ from his wife until their wedding night is threatening to sue her after she posted about it online. A bride’s post went viral after she discovered her new spouse had hidden his micropenis from her until their honeymoon. But in a twist of events, the 27-year-old woman revealed her husband had seen the post – and was threatening legal action. She confirmed he was debating suing and divorcing her after he realised she had shared all their intimate details online, fearing it was a matter of time before he was named. The woman said: “My husband saw my post and says he wants to leave me and sue me? “Says he wants an annulment and is considering suing me for defamation of character. "He says it's only a matter of time before someone leaks his name.” The woman initially posted about her unusual situation on Reddit, where she revealed they had waited to have sex as her husband, 32, claimed he was ‘an old … [Read more...] about Man with micropenis ‘to divorce and SUE wife’ for telling people she discovered his small manhood on honeymoon
Why couples are divorcing after honeymoon
Okay -- so despite our best intentions, the marriage doesn't always work out. People change, fall out of love, decide to live differently either alone or with a new partner. Is there a 'best divorce'? Well, the divorce that seems least painful for all concerned is likely to be an end to the marriage from which both partners emerge with little to no rancor or malice. You've heard the surprisingly sane explanations: "We grew apart. It wasn't anyone's fault. Neither of us felt as happy in the marriage as we wanted to. The separation was a mutual decision."Sometimes two people are 'in love with love.' After the fairy tale wedding and tinseled honeymoon, reality sinks in. Perhaps one partner begins to feel penned in, as if a committed relationship for life may not encourage the type of personal growth the individual craves. Or the other partner realizes she married 'on the rebound', and the decision to tie the knot with her 'second choice' husband was simply premature.Though some women … [Read more...] about How To Have a Friendly Divorce
Dating is tough for just about everybody, but it's even tougher for people who are divorced and widowed. Along with the fears of being "out of practice," there are often children's feelings to consider.How can a single mother enjoy a new romance without lying awake at night worrying about doing emotional damage to her children? Personal Strengths and Life Coach Sue Tosto of Garfield, New Jersey provides the answers.1. How soon after divorce or the death of a husband is it appropriate to start dating? It depends on the individual, but anyone going through a divorce should wait at least six months to one year before even considering dating someone new. Emotions are running high, and a person needs time to heal before putting herself back on the market. Some newly divorced or widowed people jump into relationships too early because they're afraid of being alone. That's almost always a mistake.The first year after a divorce is the time to re-group and focus on making new … [Read more...] about Dating Tips for Divorced and Widowed Moms
When a couple get married they intend it to be 'happy ever after'. I don't believe anyone goes into marriage intending to get divorced. However, I do think there are four major reasons why so many marriages end up in the divorce courts.1. Selfishness: quite simply, any relationship is one of give and take. In a marriage if both partners want what is best for their partner over and above what they want for themselves then there won't be bitter arguments and conflict. It's when we insist on having our own way that problems arise.2. Lack of Communication: when something is bothering you in your marriage then clamming up and shutting the other person out will cause that concern to fester and grow. Your imagination might run completely wild until you've worked yourself up into an angry accusing state - which will certainly lead to more arguments. If you talk about your concerns before they become massive, and if you can talk openly and honestly with each other, then most problems can be … [Read more...] about Why Do So Many Marriages End in Divorce?
A book could be written to describe all the reasons why married couples get divorced. I want to highlight a few of the major components behind marital divorce. It is important not to be tricked into thinking that couples just wake up one day and decide to divorce each other. Most often, divorce is just the icing on a cake that has been in the oven for months, or even years. The following are a few ingredients in that cake:Lack of Communication and DisclosureYou never hear a recently divorced person say that the reason they got a divorce was because their spouse was an excellent communicator who was too trustworthy. Often, a marriage that is largely healthy can spiral into a divorce simply because each participant refuses to acknowledge minor flaws. The majority of marriages begin as a wonderful, romantic, almost fairy-tale interaction between two people. That is what is known as the "honeymoon phase". This phase doesn't last forever. In a marriage, it is important that each partner is … [Read more...] about Why People Get Divorced