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Tipping point for a divorce - new thread

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ClariceBeanTuesday Mon 19-Nov-12 14:18:58

Hi all

First thank you for all your lovely messages and advice. I am at work today and so tired, didn't sleep last night. But coping, just about. I have spoken to H, find it easier to phone him as things are less likely to escalate into a row, and the kids aren't there to overhear. I said it would be easier if we split but I want it to be amicable. It will be hard work though. I think he knows deep down we should be apart but he won't like it. And I suggested counselling - if only to help acheive an amicable split, but as usual that suggestion was met with scorn.

I have also re-read the weekend posts and got a bit paranoid that someone I know may be able to identify me (like his niece who has kids and posts on here) so I am going to ask mumsnet to delete the thread. I have saved your lovely supportive messages though, and will continue to post on here.

thanks again ladies xxxx

OnTheBottomWithAWomansWeekly Mon 19-Nov-12 14:34:26

Perhaps consider counselling for yourself? (if he's going to be awkward get as many arrows in your quiver as possible - counselling may help you keep strong, detach and move forward)

There's a brilliant post from a poster called Olagaga - not sure if she put it on your thread - about what to do if separating, it has v helpful links, have a search for it.

Hope it all goes well for you x

ThereGoesTheYear Mon 26-Nov-12 14:16:25

There you are Clarice, how are things this week?

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