I've been trying to sort out my divorce for the past four years and, after a good friend gave me a kick up the arse, I finally made that call to get the ball rolling again at the solicitors. They made lots of mistakes and have been very slow (though not slow to take my money!) and I really lost the will to live with it all. So I let it grind to a halt. But I knew I was stuck and needed to get it done. Anyway, I was in bits on the phone to the solicitor and I cry everytime I think about it. What's going on? I don't want to be with my hubby any more. We've been separated for the past five years. I do love him, but not as a husband and I'm not physically attracted to him any more. He's passive in all this - as he was in our marraige. So once again I'm the one who's sorting this all out. Am I angry, sad ( grieving) or making the biggest mistake of my life? I'm so confused. Everyone I've ever known who got divorced was happy to be getting divorced. But I'm miserable. Any thoughts? Advice? Words of encouragment etc?
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