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11 Jul 18 #502707 by Mummy83
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11 Jul 18 #502708 by Mitchum
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Hello and welcome to wiki although I'm sorry to read what's happened. You clearly think your marriage has reached breaking point and the points you have drawn up would certainly be unreasonable for me to contend with. However, you have to satisfy the judge that you could not reasonably be expected to continue to be married to this person because of their unreasonable actions.

You have included dates and how his actions make you feel so that is all correct. Is the first example also 2018?

I hope others will come along and advise you based on their experiences. Do you mean to use a lawyer? One or two typos could be corrected. Ask if you're not sure.

Lastly, you are not a rubbish mother, so please stop these negative thoughts generated by his words. You are a mother who has experienced the recent loss of her father and is grieving. She has had no support from the person she would have expected to help her through that very sad and traumatic life event. She has a small child who needs her care and just sometimes asks for help with chores, only to be aggressively rebuffed.

Your confidence is very low and I'm not surprised. Take a look in the mirror at the girl looking back at you and tell her she must love herself enough to put an end to this unhappy situation.

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12 Jul 18 #502713 by Mummy83
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Thank you for your reply. The reasons I am using are watered down so as not to seem like abuse as I have suffered years of verbal abuse and threats from my partner which has led me in the last few months to have panic attacks as I can't cope with his anger and my dad passing. Since telling him he is being very nice and keeps apologising which is just adding to my stress as I don't want to have my finger on his happiness, he keeps telling me we are all he has. I agreed he could stay in the room downstairs until he can move out but he is just using this time to try and change my mind, it's working as I feel so guilty but I hate my life with him. It's so hard.

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13 Jul 18 #502738 by Mummy83
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Hello, is there anyone who could help me with my wording as i’d really like to get this started???

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