My wife of over 10 years came to me a few weeks ago and said she has had it with being married. We have a six year old girl. We own a nice home in a family neighborhood. We both work full time to provide for the household. Lately, finances have gotten extremely tight. We are having to make some sacrifices to get by but it's only temporary. She has told me that it's time for her to move on and be on her own. She said that councelling is not even an option. She does not want to work it out. I had no idea there was even a serious enough problem to work out in the first place. This woman has turned my whole world upside down. How do I begin to make sense of this. If she had just come to me a couple years ago and said something, we could have gotten counseling. Why don't women just say what's on their minds. We are not mindreaders, you know.
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