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Why are they such wankers?

(6 Posts)
Bones2017 Mon 17-Apr-17 22:09:10

My H was first served divorce papers mid march after I discovered his secret 'friendship' with a colleague since last summer.
During the grief and heartbreaking time after discovering this betrayal into a 19 year relationship I've somehow managed to keep my shit together and keep my dignity.

However now I'm getting pissed off. He's now been served 3 times and is now saying he doesn't want to acknowledge them until he's seen his GP as he feels depressed and not able to make this decision. I think after 5 months nearly separated you'd know if you wanted to work on your marriage and if you actually love your wife!

I've told him that I want him to sort it this week as I just want to get this done.

Sorry just ranting really but I'm so pissed off being nice to him when I want to scream my hurt at him and punch him in the face for what he's done to us all!

PaterPower Mon 17-Apr-17 23:12:25

If by "they" you mean cheating ex partners and aren't tarring all men with that label...

...then I'd say I don't know why "they" are like that. It's been over 7 years since my cheating exW decided to fuck me over - pun intended - and we're still not fully divorced. There's always some - usually financial - excuse why she can't get the paperwork signed off by a solicitor. I usually hear that a few weeks before finding out she's booked a foreign holiday. Again.

Bones2017 Mon 17-Apr-17 23:32:13

Financial reasons. You're right. Should've known.

outabout Mon 17-Apr-17 23:37:33

It works both ways, Women do it too.

monkeywithacowface Mon 17-Apr-17 23:37:38

Tell him he doesn't need to make a decision, you've already made it and the marriage is over. But sadly yes I suspect the stalling is for financial reasons.

JK1773 Mon 17-Apr-17 23:39:07

If you can prove he's been served you can go ahead with your divorce provided it is based on unreasonable behaviour. He doesn't need to sign anything. If you have a solicitor they should be telling you this.

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