How to Decide Whether to Keep Your Marriage or Other Relationship Going or to End It

Written by Terry Mansfield

In their top-selling book "Should You Stay or Should You Go?" Relationship Coaches Susie and Otto Collins offer expert advice to help you decide how to know WHEN or IF it's time to break up, leave your relationship or get a divorce.

Theirs is an "action book" provided in traditional print form or in a downloadble e-book version that is "filled with hundreds of questions, stories and insights that will help you consciously determine whether to stay in your present relationship or to move on."

Relationship Experts Susie and Otto assert that their book "will take you through a powerful process of discovery about yourself, your partner and your relationship" and that "by going through this process,repparttar decision about what's best for you actually reveals itself to you."

Webster's Dictionary defines a relationship as "a romantic or passionate attachment." If you're in one, you might think that you've found heaven on earth. Or maybe something that's not quite so grand, just OK or so-so. Or possibly something far worse if your relationship is starting to seem more like hell on earth than heaven. In fact, things may seem so bad to you that you've started thinking seriously about leaving a relationship. And if you're married this could mean getting a divorce. Many of us have found ourselves in a similar situation and have suffered great anguish while trying to decide what to do -- stay in a relationship or leave it.

Well,repparttar 136621 husband and wife Relationship Coach team of Susie and Otto Collins, who are also top-selling authors, are urging that before you takerepparttar 136622 next, maybe fateful step regarding your relationship, that you stop long enough to learn how to makerepparttar 136623 best possible decision about whether to stay or go. Susie and Otto say that while they have a great relationship with one another now, that wasn't alwaysrepparttar 136624 case. But they want you to basically 'go to school on them' by learning from and benefiting fromrepparttar 136625 relationship journey they made together. While there most certainly have been others who have overcomerepparttar 136626 low points in a relationship and made what eventually became a successful journey together, not many of them have been able to recount it in writing in such clear and compelling fashion as have Susie and Otto Collins in their top-selling book "Should You Stay or Should You Go?" They claim their book will:

"Dating After Divorce: Things To Think About Regarding Dating After Divorce"

Written by Karl Augustine

Dating after divorce is a much debated topic due torepparttar psychological and emotional impact it can have on people. Dating after divorce can be complex, too often divorcees don't considerrepparttar 136507 ramifications of dating after divorce before they jump into it with both feet!

If you're going to start dating again after you've gotten a divorce, there's quite few things that you should consider's a partial list you might want to think about:

Dating after divorce consideration 1: Make sure that you are aware of your own level of self-confidence.

If are considering dating after divorce, be certain that you are either confident in yourself as a person or are at least aware of your level of self-confidence so you can plan accordingly. Self-confidence will help you to remain lucid when you're dating after divorce. Choosing who to date and why you want to date them can be a major turning point in your emotional health after a divorce. If you're self-confident, chances are good that you'll be able to handle being rejected or ignored if you're just beginning a relationship.

If you're truly self-confident, you'll be able to haverepparttar 136508 right mind set before you begin dating after divorce and any potential let down will be foreseen by you and "non-damaging" to your emotional state. Self confidence is perhapsrepparttar 136509 most important thing to think about from an emotional health perspective regarding dating after divorce.

Dating after divorce consideration 2: How quickly should you date after getting a divorce?

Fortunately, this is really only a question that you can answer, assuming your divorce is truly over with and you don't have a custody battle that's ongoing, a dispute about assets or finances, or any other type of lingering agreement that needs to be reached that could be impaired by dating. If you have children, this is a question of their strength andrepparttar 136510 strength of your relationship with them.

If you don't have children, this decision is entirely up to you regarding how you'll approach dating after divorce. Ask yourself how ready you really are to date again...depending on what you want out of dating after divorce, i.e., whatrepparttar 136511 end result is to any solid dating relationship, will drive how quickly you date again. If you're simply lonely and think you need to date again just forrepparttar 136512 sake of dating or to test how you'll respond to dating, you may want to do a serious self evaluation regarding your confidence level. You will know when you're ready again to begin dating after divorce - everyone's different. Know yourself first, then makerepparttar 136513 decision.

Dating after divorce consideration 3: Should I date while going through a divorce?

Most coaches, attorneys, and counselors will tell you that dating while going through a divorce is never a good thing to do from a psychological perspective and a legal perspective. While this article isn't a form of legal advice, common sense tells you that if you're in any type of battle regarding marital assets or custody, avoid any dating.

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