I have been married 23 years and I now have 2 grown children. My husband has always been a good support and provider. Over the past 2 years we have been growing apart. Our interests are different. These things we could probably overcome with help. My issue is he decided to start a side line business. Maybe a mid life crisis? The problem is that he financed all of it through loans and credit cards. Many of which I was unaware. The debt now runs about 1200 month and will for YEARS. He is talking about giving it up and it is also only a summer business. We are broke now and will have to sell our home. I can barely stand the thoughts of giving up my home and still staying with him after doing this. I feel I need to go on my own and he needs to get his financial affairs in order. I feel we may be able to overcome this if that happens. Trust will be difficult. Is this wrong to want to bail out for this reason? Please help!
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