My husband and I have been seperated since december. I live with my mom and he lives with his. I have to see him a couple of times a week because of our son. We are on good terms although he still hopes for reconciliation and pushes that on me. We have a house we bought together that we are losing because he doesn't have a job and I am taking care of everything else including daycare for our son. I have told him it is over repeatedly, but I'm having a hard time telling him I am actually divorcing him. I keep saying that I will wait for this or that to be taken care of and then I will tell him or I will take the first step. I haven't talked to an attorney or anything. I still haven't moved anything out of the house. It's like we are in limbo. I know I don't want to be married to him but I am sad that I'm throwing it all away (his words). I really want to move on with my life but can't understand what is keeping me from taking that first step. Is/has anyone gone through this? What helped you to take that first step?
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