| | Re: I want my wife back but she is so hard on me
Thank you for your advice. It makes me feel better. Are you a therapist?
I liked your previous advice better. I liked the paragraph when you told me he is a looser. He cannot get a single woman and instead look for one with emotional problems. Now you tell me about they having more in common.
Yes, that is my intention. To work on me and live her alone for a while. That will be easy because I am leaving the state in the near future.
I hope the divorce does not make us enemies. She is very aggressive. It seems that all I have done during our marriage is bad. All the little discussions that we had during our marriage are now a big deal. Even the ones I thought we had made an agreement and moved on.
She treats me very unfair. I give her a lot of money and release her of having to take care of the child a lot. But I am still horrible. She denied me everything. The other guy gets all that she denied me during our marriage. I asked her time without our son, going out to festivals and at night. The OM now gets everything when I take care of the child. It drives me crazy that she brags about him. My calls with her are very short and it is only to ask me for more money.
She has the power of screwing me over financially. I am her "easy" way to get money. My salary is much higher than what she can make with her skills. So I have to be very careful.
The story with her dad came out in a session. The therapist told me the same, that some of her behavior may be related to her relationship with her dad when she was young. I do not know if the therapy has being very helpful. I see it only as a bridge of communication. We would not meet otherwise. The therapist mediates the drama. I will let you know how the next session goes. Thank you.