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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 03-12-2011, 09:10 PM Thread Starter
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Question a drifting marriage.

Hi...im just new to this site... and i need help...im married for almost 5 years now..i have 1 son whose 2yrs old turning three and pregnant for maybe 10 weeks... and yesterday husband talked to me that he wants to separate coz he don't like me no more...coz im gaining weight, bec i dont have a job and he cant understand me anymore... he said he regret for marrying me, coz im not worth for him to be his wife and be a mother of his kids... i dont have a job bec i want to take care of my son...and he thinks that im only after of his money...he never trust and respect me at all...he insults me and my family. he humiliates me...i know we need to have respect for ourselves to gain strength and confidence....i dont know if some wives here could received something like a share of his salary, or like you can go buy groceries without him...he dont even dont want to the mall to avoid buying things...he expect me to look for a job, but how if you dont have a vehicle or no one could watch your son... and now he's pushing me to stay away from him...what will i do? esp im pregnant...plsssssssss need someone to talk..

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Re: a drifting marriage.

Sorry to hear that expectant mother, but you need to stay strong for the health of your unborn child and for the health of your son. If you have a family member that you can trust, you can try talking to that person and asking for some help.If you H says he does not want you is because he is not in love anymore.Try to analyse what brought him to the point of saying he no longer cares, I wish you the best of luck and don't forget you can always apply for goverment assistance and even get chilld support for your 2 year old and once the other baby is borned you can also get child support from your Ex HUSband...

Stay calm and don't forget that everything happens for a reason...
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