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How Will My Relationship With My Husband Change With A New Baby
That's up to you two: You can look at the child as a common responsibility and let it bring you closer together as you help each other through the difficulties, much as military service can make people friends for life. Or you can find one of the many ways ("not my job", "baby loves me more", "you don't know what i'm going through") that a baby can pull you apart. The relationship will be what you make of it. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Yes: Yes! everything changes after the birth of your child! the focus shifts from the marital relationship to the baby! your baby's needs take precedence. The roles in the family shift. There are a variety of stresses in play here, from financial changes to the emotional changes of adjusting your new life. But remember to still put your marriage first and your child second, not the other way around! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Afraid that my ED will interfere with my relationship with nice ladies. Should I just give up on my sex life?
My ex had a baby with his new girlfriend and it is really difficult for me to see. How can I deal with this difficult emotions?
Why force yourself?: Do you have to see your ex, his new girlfriend, and the new baby? If seeing them is difficult for you emotionally, why do you force yourself? ...Read more
Will this transition traumatize my son? I went through a rough divorce that set me back financially. I let my son live with my parents until i could get back on my feet. He has been with them for 16 months. I can now take proper care of him. Will taking h
Sibs: Spend quality time with them.Get a more detailed answer ›
Listen to your gut: My parents are older. My children are 3-23 yrs old. My patients are 9-99! knowledge comes with time, but love and guts will get you through anything. You may not always be right, but at the time you are faced with decisions, you will do the best you can. No regrets, lots of luck and face it, we are not perfect. So let's do for others what we feel they would do for us when love is in the heart... ...Read more
My wife's aunt has a daugher with down's syndrome. What are the chances my wife will have a baby with down's? Wife is 32 years old and pregnant.
Not a family issue: Your wife's basic risk of a ds birth is estimated at 1/800. There is a basic risk of 4% with each pregnancy for an unexpected outcome such as cleft lip/palate, prematurity, delivery issues, etc. Having a second degree relative with a ds offspring does not increase her basic risk to any significant degree. ...Read more
How can i build loving lasting relationship with my six year old. He does not want to go anywhere with me but spend all time with his father?
Focus on quality: Your son has different needs for both parents. At 6 yrs, he is probably more interested in the outside world where physical action, sport etc would be more fun. After talking with Dad, make a weekly activity chart with roles assigned, including some bed time ritual. Display chart at a prominent place. The key in dealing with children behavior issues is in being consistent with a united front. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother was diagnosed with klebsiella in her throat. I am her caretaker and I have a new grandson can I pass this on to him after being with her.
No worries: Klebsiella in the throat is unlikely to be the cause of any symptoms. It is normal in people's intestines and we're all exposed to it from time to time. Klebsiella sometimes causes urinary tract infection, pneumonia, and even more serious bloodstream infections (sepsis), but mostly in otherwise unwell people, especially those in hospital. If otherwise healthy, you and grandson are at no risk. ...Read more
A lifetime's joy: Trust her. Be a little bit blind to her faults. Don't try to understand her or make her understand you. Listen. Relationships are more important than being right. Find something that you can both reasonably believe in and that serves others and share this activity. Do what you can to make her happy. Honor her in front of others. Make her feel loved, safe, protected, adored. ...Read more
If my mom had her cycle for four months with me and my siblings and had to do a ultra sound does that mean I'll have too? With the bleeding going on
My new girlfriend had bad boyfriends that controlled her in the past, how can I help her see i'm different?
I have a 4year old and a newborn. How can ensure my toddler doesn't revert back to being a baby and isn't jealous of the new baby ?
Difficult to ensure!: Reversion by older sibs is very common. Don't be surprised. They are just seeking attention. Make one-on-one time for your eldest whenever you can. ...Read more
Possible HPV warts: Hpv is a group of viruses that are extremely common. If your son has not received the Gardasil vaccine and she has a history of genital warts, then he could be at risk of getting the strain of hpv responsible for warts. They would be visible, raised projections from the skin around the vagina, vulva, anus, thighs. Most likely, she has a strain of hpv found on pap smear but might not have warts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
?????: Do not know exactly what you mean, but if she is your partner , she should be happy for you and i assume she will be participating in the entire process. ...Read more
My ex split with me with my young daughter pregnant after 7 years relation he want to have sex with me after a year it can be better to be to together?
Book the tickets now: Having just finished baby sitting our grandchild the answer is yes. This will give the parents a needed break and the grandchild will really enjoy some bonding time with grandma and grandpa. It is a win-win situation. Your child will adjust wonderfully upon your return. They do not forget mom and dad. Have fun! don't forget to buy grandma and grandpa a fun present on your trip. ...Read more
Iam finding it very difficult to get over my 15 years realationship with my ex who i believe a narcissist. He seems so happy with his new girlfriend?
Seek help: He might be happy with her, but if he's narcissistic than likely she might not be as happy. All that said, if it wasn't working for you when you were with him, why are you still thinking about him? Whether he is or is not happy, you need to move on and get a life for yourself. It sounds like you are stuck and need help moving on. I would suggest therapy to help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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