I have been married for 5 months and I have asked my husband for a divorce. I had noticed that we have no privacy in our lives. My husband told his parents everything that occured in our home. I felt the need to always say "dont tell anyone" whenever I said something to him. Also, he is very attached to his family and still has a bank account with his mother. He refused to join a joint account which we had set up for us. I really didnt have much going into the marriage but my husband had a house and multiple vehicles. He constantly told me that I was jealous of what he had and that I came into the marriage with nothing. I got really tired of hearing this. I asked for a divorce on grounds that I couldnt give him what he wanted, that is a wife who would listen to all the abuse, accept the fact that there was no combined finances and accept the non-privacy. My husband thought it was completely normal to be intertwined with his family this way. All I wanted was a man who was mature, and I didnt see this in him. We had gone for a few counselling sessions, but my husband refused to go back. He kept saying that I was the weird one who didnt have any close connections with family and that there was something wrong with me.
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