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Offline LostForWords

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She said, I said, I failed
« on: Sat Nov 30, 2019 - 16:24:48 »
To keep it short, my wife and I have been together for almost 30years, married for 25 and adult children. It was never the love story but we ended up together, which is a whole chapter in its own.

We have been in a crisis and she did at times mention the word separation to which I usually reply with no.
Today we had a talk and she told me (as before already) how bad she feels with me and that I don't bring the best out in her. To which I replied (in frustration) that maybe we should think about separation.

There is a lot more to it but basically, since I brought it up, this seems the way we have to go. I should have been asking as to why she feels that way or how can we change that. This is where I always end up in all our discussions. I am not looking for sympathy here but wisdom in how to deal with it and your prayers. Thanks for letting me open up here.

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Re: She said, I said, I failed
« Reply #1 on: Sat Nov 30, 2019 - 18:50:30 »
Get some good marriage counselling. Preferably Christian.

Separation is rarely a good idea, it usually leads to divorce, so staying together and working on it is best.

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Re: She said, I said, I failed
« Reply #2 on: Mon Dec 09, 2019 - 12:28:35 »
I have same problems. Nevermind. I would advise finding a new partner. I advise read this article
« Last Edit: Tue Dec 10, 2019 - 14:44:33 by morgancc »