Well, where do I start? If you read my profile, you will know a little more. I have been married to a wonderful man for 24 1/2 years. He has an anxiety disorder and a very avoidant personality.Ever since he began taking Effexor, I have become a nag. Bills were late, kids had health issues that needed to be addressed quicker than he was responding to, bills were building and I was freaking out. He was forgetting to do things, etc. In the past 2 years it got worse. He totally avoided being around me by going to another room and claiming he was working. He would always be nice if I talked with him. We tried for the 1st year to get along and the 2nd year it was total avoidance unless we had to do a social thing together. At first we went to our own attorney and then tried to make it work. It was one way. He said he was "unable" We both went to therapists. Now he wants a divorce because we don't get along. He just told me in Dec. that he would try to make it work and did nothing. He is saying that we can use my attorney. Anyone with pro or con experience? I need advise as I am starting to feel so angry and hurt all over again. Thanks for reading.
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