I am the unhappy one in the marriage. Well I am sure he is not thrilled but I am the one who said I want a divorce unless we go to counseling So now we are in counseling but honestly, I think it is too little too late and the only reason I didn't just pick up and leave is because of our 17 month old twins. I am really trying to sort out my feelings and figure this all out. He knows I am unhappy (we have many many issues that I feel will never change and I can no longer live with) but I don't think he takes me seriously. I guess it is my fault for accepting things about him that I thought I could live with but now that we have children, I see that I can't. Oh guess I should have said, we have been married for 7 years and together for 11. We have been through alot together but I don't think I am in love with him anymore. I am far from perfect but like I said I am the one that is unhappy here. How do I know when to just say forget it, this is the end. I want and need to be absolutely sure if and when I say that .
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