I am feeling so angry and resentful at this point. My late teen stepchildren have caused so much drama and chaos in my marriage, and purely for selfish reasons. I raised them for 12 years, spoiled them rotten, but now they think they are adults and do not want anyone to tell them what to do. My husband has always walked on eggshells around them for fear of them running to their mommies house. We separated last summer for two months due to his daughter. He came home after telling his daughter to go live with her mother. Well, she just decided she missed daddy and moved back into my house despite me saying, "NO WAY!" She treats me like dirt! In addition, my grown step sons threw a huge party at my house when my husband and I were away. I am a high school teacher, and they had my own students in my house drinking, smoking and having sex, all of which I have had to professionally answer for. My husband doesn't think it is a big deal. While we were separated I went out one time with an old elementary/high school friend. We were separated and my husband had been meeting with a divorce lawyer! Now he found out, calls me a whore and says I cheated on him! So he wants a divorce saying he can't trust me. My head is spinning, but the bottom line is I feel so resentful towards these people ruining my life!
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