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Thread: Separated - But need help/advice/someone to listen without judgin

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    Default Re: Separated - But need help/advice/someone to listen without judgin

    Thanks for thinking of me

    Katherine's birthday went great. We were civil and polite.



    We're starting to be that way too, which is good.
    He said he's sorry he can't let go and how he wishes he could just let me go.

    That, to me, is a good sign in itself really because he has acknowledged the fact were not together.

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    Smile Re: Separated - But need help/advice/someone to listen without ju

    Girl, I say you should just be up front about it and tell him you want a divorce. Clearly you two have tried to reconcile and make things better, but unless you start seeing trust again in him or go to a marriage counsellor, you should cut the rope. There is no point in dragging it out. My sister got a divorce a few months ago, after a two year long separation. She always says she regrets not divorcing earlier. If you do decide to divorce, my sister says to use this website Thistoo - Your personal divorce assistant. I've never used it, so i can't vouch for it, but it's worth checking out online tools such as this one to make sure you know exactly what you're getting into. Good luck with everything! Hope it goes well.

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    Smile Re: Separated - But need help/advice/someone to listen without ju

    Girl, I say you should just be up front about it and tell him you want a divorce. Clearly you two have tried to reconcile and make things better, but unless you start seeing trust again in him or go to a marriage counsellor, you should cut the rope. There is no point in dragging it out. My sister got a divorce a few months ago, after a two year long separation. She always says she regrets not divorcing earlier. If you do decide to divorce, my sister says to use this website Thistoo - Your personal divorce assistant. I've never used it, so i can't vouch for it, but it's worth checking out online tools such as this one to make sure you know exactly what you're getting into. Good luck with everything! Hope it goes well.

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