I HAVE BEEN SEPERATED FROM MY HUSBAND A YEAR. MARRED 18 YEARS. BUT WE STILL LIVE IN THE SAME HOUSE. WE SLEEP IN SEPERATE ROOMS. WE VERY SELDOM SPEAK TO EACH OTHER. HE IS GONE EVERY WEEKEND, FROM FRI TO SUN. WE HAVE A 16 YEAR OLD DAUGHTER TOGETHER. HE WON'T MOVE OUT CAUSE HE SAYS HIS NAME IS ON THE HOUSE. PLUS HE'S THERE FOR OUR DAUGHTER. HE PICKS HER UP FROM SCHOOL, MAYBE TAKE HER TO THE STORE OR OUT TO EAT. BUT, HE MAY SEE HER ON THE WEEKEND FOR A COUPLE OF HOURS THEN HE'S GONE. HE'S TOLD OUR DAUGHTER ABOUT THIS OW. MY DAUGHTER SAYS IT DOESN'T BOTHER HER THAT HER DAD IS GONE EVERY WEEKEND. OR DOES IT? IT BOTHERS ME. I STILL HERE BECAUSE I HAD FAITH AND HOPE. BUT NOT ANYMORE. I KNOW THAT I NEED TO DIVORCE HIM. BUT I AM SCARED. NOT OF HIM. BUT GOING THRU THE PROCESS. HE TELLS OUR DAUGHTER THAT HE PLANS TO SELL THE HOUSE WHEN SHE GRADUATES. WHY WON'T HE FILE FOR DIVORCE AND LEAVE ME ALONE!
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