| | Re: I think I would be happier alone
xArielle, I actually work for a law firm (personal injury, not family law). So I do have a vast amount of knowledge at my fingertips if I require it. I would have to research it, but I do believe that the state I reside in does recognize No Fault as well as Fault.
You're right...I should be clearer with her. I just find it hard to be direct and confrontational. I have always been one who avoids confrontation. My twin brother always makes fun of me for that. I find myself mentally distancing myself from her. I think that is an effort to prepare myself for the possibility of telling her what I am thinking.
You're right. She does not seem willing to address her weight issue even when I explain to her the positive results for her health. As I said before, I have never been one for counseling but I am willing to consider it.
I am so torn between thinking that I would be so happy without all of this stress and the nightmare that going through it would be. Money is so tight right now that I can't see how either of us would survive on our own without living with a relative. And selling the marital house right now would also be hell. I think we'd probably be upside down in it...not due to 2nd mortgages or anything...just the market. It's certainly a lot to think about.