Despite being in a very long marriage and despite living through verbal and emotional abuse, once my divorce was final I have feelings of grief and a little guilt. It took me about a year and a half to get the courage to divorce and leave this sitiation. I walked away with a very favorable settlement, although she is receiving a good amount of spousal maintenance for the next 13 years (enough she does not have to work but a part time job). Now she is contacting me as if she is a victim. On one hand she is crying and pleading for me to be nice to her and give her more money. On the other hand she is still as verbally abusive as ever. My feelings are torn somewhat. Is this normal? How do I make a stand and say enough is enough?
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