I've already decided that divorce is the right thing for both of us. A previous post of mine explains the situation. I had the perfect opportunity to let her know that I wanted out(as I was once again getting dumped on). I chickened out on telling her because I didn't want to hurt her feelings, even though I didn't deserve the complaints, and I've got none of the details worked out. To those of you that have been through the process, is it best to have all your ducks lined up, like should I have a new place for me or her to move into ready, and all the other details or just tell her when the next opportunity arises and then let things fall where they may? I don't think I'm really a chicken, but I'm really making an conserted attempt to spare her feelings and make this as painless as possible for her, even though I'm the one getting dumped on. It's tough to make the break after 25 years. I do not rejoice in it, but it is the right move. Sorry to babbel and run on, but I'm at my wits end trying to figure out what the right way to do this.
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