if they are seriously a sociopath take them to get help and then let them know you wanna end it.. i think itd be alittle dangerous to flat out tell them. hope this helps!
The marriage is not the source of the energy. The energy comes from the individuals. An older person could be energetic enough to marry a younger person. No...I`m an energetic older woman and married a much younger man who then became lethargic. It really depends on personality and chemistry. Statistically, there's a definite tendency to "yes", but that doesn't mean anything in an individual case.
I ...if your recently getting out of a relationship or you know that your relationship is ending and you are out looking and you meet someone....then that relationship will most likely be a rebound type relationship. if you still have your ex in your heart and you have not closed that door to love then that person your dealing with will definitely be a rebound...Trust me you will never fall completely in love with him/her. But if you wait a while...stay alone....give yourself time to heal your heart and get over all the problems you had in your relationship..then the transition from old to new will run smoothly...because we all know that rebounds are just good for helping us get over somebody.....So to answer your question..."""TIME""" is the answer. Take time off after a relationship..clear your mind...deal with what you have to deal with...and when your healed, move on. It's only for real after you are healed.
You are a good friend, but be careful, some people love to argue with each other and they still get along. It's a relationship that is made of fire and heat. Even though many of us wouldn't agree this is a good combo it's not for us to say. If your friend is really getting the shaft from her partner then all you can do is just "be there" when she takes the fall. She has to take this path herself and decide who she is and what she wants out of life. Hopefully, soon she will realize she is better than this. You get out and date, and try not to be around your friend when she is with this guy, but be sure you tell her that you're there as a friend whenever she needs you. If possible try to have some one-on-one fun time with your friend (just the two of you) and don't approach the subject of her abusive relationship. In time I am sure she will come to you about it. Good luck Marcy
You both need to see a marriage counselor. Together. If he won't go with you, then visit the counselor anyway to help your self-esteem then find a good lawyer.