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06 Nov 07 #6011 by masterwombat
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my wife want a divorce or she thinks she dose.
all i get is i dont no what i want i dont drink hit her or anything so i dont no what to do this has been going on now for some time now i have a child and a house dose this mean i have to give up my home and my child

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06 Nov 07 #6014 by DownButNotOut
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It sounds like she wants a divorce but you do not.

I don't blame you as divorce is very painful, expensive and not to be recommended - unless your relationship is beyond repair.

I think you need to do you best to talk to her and understand what she is unhappy about.

Often the things people complain/argue about are hiding deeper problems under the surface.

You need to have several long chats and dig deep to find out what she feels is missing in her life.

Once you know you can then decide if it is something you can work together to fix, or if she now wants something very different from her life with you.

I'm sure others will add their thoughts.

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