His cheating has made me suicidal
Posted Sunday, July 1 2012 at 18:12
The words and gestures that accompany the communication can also end up making the communication unproductive, thereby leaving the issues unresolved.
The idea is to deal with the issue, the accompanying pain and the expected results after the issue is resolved.
I like the fact that you see him as responsible in providing for the needs of the child and, I hope, yourself.
Use this approach to get to him. Affirm the good in him before you talk about what is bad.
His commitment to be home every weekend is something you should not destroy, and it also shows that there is something he looks forward to every weekend.
Therefore, continue to make your home a safe haven for him and your child and use it to affirm before you correct.