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Introducing our Happy Father’s Day Greeting Card!

It doesn’t have to be Father’s Day to acknowledge a deserving dad!  Get a deserving dad a limited edition Happy Father’s Day Greeting Card from Relationship Soup’s Universal Love Collection! It features several languages including braille!  Click on the link below and get yours today!  Supplies are limited.  © 2016 Relationship Soup®. All Rights Reserved. https://relationshipsoup.com/store/products/happy-fathers-day-relationship-soup-greeting-card/

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Get Your Limited Edition Relationship Soup Universal Love Greeting Card TODAY!

Relationship Soup's Universal Love Collection.

Relationship Soup’s Universal Love Collection.

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Happy Mother’s Day Greeting Card (Relationship Soup Universal Love Collection)

Relationship Soup Greetings are finally here! Mother’s Day is May 8th! Get your mother a limited edition Mother’s Day card from our Universal Love Collection! Go to https://relationshipsoup.com/…/happy-mothers-day-relationsh…/

Happy Mother's Day Relationship Soup Greeting Card

Happy Mother’s Day Relationship Soup Greeting Card

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Relationship Soup & Life Lessons Magazine

Look for Relationship Soup in the April 2016 Edition of Life Lessons Magazine! www.lifelessonsmagazine.com

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#FromThePrincipalsInbox #AnnoyingMotherInLaw

#‎FromThePrincipalsInbox‬ I received this situation via inbox. The scenarios presented are real situations, please provide your feedback. If any of you would like for me to post a situation for you feel free to send your situation to relationshipsoup@relationshipsoup.com you will remain anonymous.

Will you please post this in Relationship Soup for me?

Annoying mother in-law to be

My fiancé finds it imperative to set aside a widow of time once a week to play board games with his mother no matter what. There have been times when we’ve been out & he makes a point to get home so this game time can take place. It’s utterly frustrating at times. I’ve expressed my feelings about it to him & the normal response is “that’s my mother & I look forward to that time with her” or ” my family is close what’s the problem” His parents are married & so she isn’t alone she gets around perfectly fine. Sometimes I would like to enjoy our time together without always having to divide it between family members. His parents have had their time let us have ours or since it’s so important why not go over to his parents for this imperative game time.  What are your thoughts?  Join the conversation here or at https://www.facebook.com/groups/RelationshipSoupGroup/

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#FromThePrincipalsInbox

#‎FromThePrincipalsInbox‬ I received this situation via inbox. Please provide your feedback here or at https://www.facebook.com/groups/RelationshipSoupGroup/ The scenarios presented are real situations, if you can’t offer advice, are too offended, feel the need to pass judgement, or can’t follow the group rules when commenting please scroll by, there are plenty of other posts in Relationship Soup to comment on. If any of you would like for me to post a situation for you feel free to inbox me on FB or send your situation to relationshipsoup@relationshipsoup.com you will remain anonymous.

Anonymous inbox:

Two married people have been in an affair with each other for years. What started out as a friendship grew into an emotional bond which lead to them falling in love. The woman’s marriage is currently going through a divorce…but the mans marriage is not. The woman in the affair is now pregnant and wants to abort the child. The man does not want her to abort. He knows that an outside child could ruin his marriage (further) by creating him an unorthodox “way of exscape” or that the shock and jealously of putting evidence with his wife’s suspicions… could cause his wife to be more attentive. A dice game. The woman wants to abort fearing that she would ultimately be forced to raise the child alone. She doesn’t want to bring a baby into the world under the current circumstances. The man is not in the best financial position to assist her or to even raise a child… but his “concern” is the baby. The woman has made plans to abort in just a few days….regardless of the man opinion. They both understand the selfishness to their actions. They’re not looking for responses of people who just want to “grab the mic and show how perfect they are”. They are seeking honest opinions of if an abortion should be a mutual agreement or if the woman (being the one to carry the load – no pun intended) makes the decision alone. If you don’t have a solid point of view…just pray for the situation. ‪#‎Respect‬.

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2016 Happy New Year!

Happy New Year Relationship Soup!  May 2016 be filled with blessings beyond measure, love, joy, prosperity, divine connections and peace of mind.  ‪#‎MakeItAGreatYear‬ ‪#‎TheBestIsStillYetToCome‬

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#RelationshipSoupFromThePrincipalsInbox

#‎FromThePrincipalsInbox‬. Please provide your feedback here or www.relationshipsoup.com.  If any of you would like for me to post a situation for you feel free to inbox me on FB or send your situation to relationshipsoup@relationshipsoup.com you will remain anonymous.

I need some advice….
My woman told me that she’s not happy with me. She wants to do things but when I actually try to be romantic or just spontaneous she keeps saying that I’m strange. I have been TRULY working on it but to no avail and no we’re not married. I proposed with a full length studio recording and a ring that took 18-months to pay off, she took it off the next month and I just found out she sold it to a pawn shop. She wants to be treated better but it’s hard when I pay 90% of the bills. She works but puts in almost nothing. I pay out over $1300k a month in just bills. She’s stop sleeping in the bed with me over a year ago, that alone strains any relationship. I helped raise 2 of her 3 kids for the past 10 yrs. All I want is a family, to give/be loved and be appreciated. I’m a bit older so taking care of house first is what I was taught to do first. She says no way to get her back

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