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abunchoftulips

Considering a divorce

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abunchoftulips

My husband seems to leave me, as we have been separated for almost a month. I am not sure about what is going on, I feel like I was overpressing all the time and he hasn't been able to handle that. I used to control him all the time and I guess that he had it and that is why he decided to move out. I want to reconcile and give us another chance, however I realize that plenty of mistakes have been made. I considered a divorce, however I have read about a legal separation in this article https://www.divorcerate.org/what-is-the-difference-between-an-absolute-and-limited-divorce/ and they recommend to get a limited divorce if you don't have an irretrievable breakdown. I want to talk to my husband, but I don't know where to start...I don't wanna push it, but I believe that legal separation would work better for us. Thank you for reading, I am really confused...

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