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A Behaviour Question

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28 Feb 20 #511659 by nannon8
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Relationship for 23 years, married last 5. Now separated.
Question regard Behaviour and how this would effect a divorce outcome.
We lived together for 16 year and we were happy, but throughout 2019 our relationship slowly deteriorated.
She stopped all intimacy from July and it never came back. Each time I asked about our relationship we said she needed more space. Christmas came and it got worse and I started to see a counsellor.
My wife wouldn't at all open up, so I did a stupid thing and placed recording devices in the home. Yes it's wrong, I was suffering from a year of mixed signals from you wife with no answers.
They didn't pick up anything and I stopped using them, but she found out. I apologised, but she asked me to leave. No trust. That's right I didn't trust her, because she was so distant and conversation was limited. She would avoid me all year.
So now separated. Will my untrusting behaviour have much effort on the outcome of a divorce?
Considering my mental state.

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28 Feb 20 #511660 by WYSPECIAL
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It won't make any difference to the financial outcome if that's what you mean.

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