Pete Uglow’s Blog

When ‘Love’ Changes

When ‘Love’ Changes

A fledgling relationship is not unlike finding a new favourite restaurant. The first time you dine there, you’re excited by all the menu items to explore and try, by the enchanting atmosphere, and by the flavours of each food you sample. You go back for more on a...

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When Infidelity Is A Mistake You Want To Put Right

When Infidelity Is A Mistake You Want To Put Right

My little 17 month old grandson was at our house recently and whilst he was exploring all of our cupboards as toddlers do, he accidentally knocked a pretty plate from the dresser above and it instantly shattered into several pieces. Holding his little hands in the...

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Why Doesn’t An Unfaithful Spouse Feel Remorse?

Why Doesn’t An Unfaithful Spouse Feel Remorse?

I was unfaithful to my wife and I now know why – because I was emotionally dying due to a lack of unconditional love in my life. I didn’t know any of this until my wife discovered my infidelity. I have since learnt that the world is mostly unaware of the true nature of unconditional love and the absolutely necessity to have it in our lives in order to become emotionally alive. I certainly was and I lived with an emotional pain that I was both unaware of and unaware of the things I did to try and reduce the pain.

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When Love Isn’t Love At All — the lie we are fed as children

When Love Isn’t Love At All — the lie we are fed as children

I want to preface this article with some kind of warning. The things I’m going to say may well, actually probably will, bring up resistance in you. You see, people generally romanticise their childhood, even when it was pretty dreadful. I know of one man who was left alone at the age of four, often for days at a time whilst his mother was out partying. He then had to feed himself on cat food as there was nothing else left in the house. Now as an adult he describes his childhood as “Not too bad” and “Pretty good at times”

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