I've been married for 25 years, and need some advice on how to get out of a marriage that is no longer working. We are both good people. I do not wish to inflict any unnecessary pain or grief on my spouse. It's just time to move on. I hope that life will work out for her and that she will be happier with someone else. It's in both our best interest that we move on. Neither one of us has cheated, or is interested in anyone else at this time, and we tried the counseling thing. We have one child who will be moving out soon, so that's not an issue. In my opinion the marriage is not savable after many tries. So, I guess what I'm asking is there an easy way to break the news, (which may not be a big surprise) like a book an article...anything? I hate confrontations, and know it's not going to be easy, but have delayed the inevitable for to long. Any advice appreciated.
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