Within 4 months I am going to tell my H that I want out of our 22 year marriage. Even though the reasons are cliches, I don't want to verbally vomit them out like a rehearsed Soap Opera. I do want to tell him that I have not been happy for a very, very long time, that I'm not in-love with him any more, I don't believe a word that comes out of his mouth, I can not trust him any more, and I want this to go as smoothly as possible, and still remain friends for our daughters' sakes in the end. I know he knows what I am feeling, although he won't let us talk about it, and if I try, he blows up. I really think although he may be feeling some of the same about our marriage, he is going to be in shock, angry, and a million other emotions, some that I probably haven't even considered that I may feel myself even though I have made up my mind. I know there is nothing I can say that will make it easier, I may just be looking for some helpful words of wisdom. Thank you.
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