I Want A Divorce But My Husband Doesn’t – 3 Things That Will Get You Through This More Much Easier!
Are you in a sad marriage right now and in a situation where you’re saying I want a divorce but my husband doesn’t? If so then I honestly feel extremely bad for you.
It’s positively difficult to have these confused emotions going through your mind all day.
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You’ve got so many other’s feelings to keep in mind and the last thing that you want to do, although you’re almost certainly very angry about things these days is to hurt your husband’s feelings anymore than you need to.
Here are some ways that you can make the situation a bit easier on YOU and your spouse…
3 Tips for When You Want a Divorce But Your Spouse Doesn’t…
While you may right think that it’s completely over and you want nothing to do with your spouse any longer, there might be some things that you’re just not seeing clearly. When I hear a wife say I want a divorce but my husband doesn’t, it makes me wonder why? Why hasn’t this been discussed where both parties agree.
This can be extremely difficult and now it’s time to get through it easier…so here are…
3 Tips When You Want a Divorce But Your Spouse Doesn’t…
Tip #1: See How Your Spouse Really Feels… So you may be surprised or you may not be to find out that your spouse actually is feeling the same way as you are about this pending divorce. But you never really know until you ask and really talk about it.
What happens very often, almost happened in my marriage is that one spouse will think that the other one actually wants to end the marriage, and therefore will go ahead and file for divorce because of that.
Other times it’s the opposite, and your thinking I want a divorce but my husband could be totally wrong. He just might. But he might simply because he knows you do. He may actually in the back of his mind actually have a really good solid plan to save the marriage as well.
Tip #2: See if Resentment is Unfounded… Usually resentment is prevalent in a marriage where a divorce is lurking. You’re likely feeling a great deal of resentment for one reason or the other. But very often we feel resentment that is totally unfounded.
Many times resentment that we have for someone else is a mistaken emotion where the real emotion is simply disappointment in ourselves. It might sting a bit to hear that but it’s completely true. And the worst part is that when this is the case and a person decides to divorce they often feel regret when they realize that the resentment isn’t there anymore…but that disappointment in ourselves still is. So see if your wanting to divorce your husband is because of your own self confidence and less to do with him.
Tip #3: See if the Marriage Can Be Saved?… You don’t know how many times emotions alone can end a marriage that could have been saved. When you say I want a divorce but my spouse doesn’t, this means that there must be strong emotions from your side, but on the other side of the coin…your husband must see something that’s still there and salvageable in the marriage.
It can’t hurt to talk to him about that. Maybe because of your roused emotions he’s thinking more logically. You owe it to yourself to at least try to save your marriage.