So as the title says...I don't want to be here any more!
Fortunately we don't have any Children, but we have a house together (mortgage) and have been together for over 10 years... We have had a really rocky past but for the past few years things have been ok...But I'm not the same girl any more and I know if I feel this way now it's only going to get worse as the days and years go on...
I don't know what to do? How to say it? I feel like I have already emotionally checked out!
If anyone has any wise words for me I need them!!!
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08-03-2012 20:08 #1
I don't want to be with my DP anymore
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08-03-2012 20:12 #2-
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I guess you just have to be honest with him easier said than done I know.
08-03-2012 20:15 #3
I am so worried how he will react... I have this horrible feeling he is going to be so spiteful about it
08-03-2012 20:17 #4
Just be honest and talk to him. Is marriage counseling an option? If your sure it's over I'd talk to him and get the ball rolling.
I wish I had better advice or even some words of wisdom for you.
08-03-2012 20:29 #5
I don't think so...
There have been lots of issues in the past he cheated on me twice (actually relationships not just slip ups) and often made me feel like I wasn't a great person... and the reason for his stuff up was because of things I did... Such as putting on weight!!
I didn't have very good self esteem then so I just put up with it...Now I am a much stronger person and I don't think this is something I can forget about
08-03-2012 20:32 #6Senior Member
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08-03-2012 20:34 #7
I agree sounds like its time to go! He doesn't sound like a very nice person (sorry) can you get intouch with a lawyer to see where you Stand on the legal side of thing?
08-03-2012 20:39 #8
No, it's fine he can be a horrible person, but tends to mask it well.
I just want it to be quick...
08-03-2012 20:41 #9
What a jerk, you don't owe him anything.
Unfortunately it's a bit like ripping off a bandaid - the quicker and more painful in the short term, the sooner it is done and dusted the sooner you both can move on.
As for being spiteful.. A good friend of mine broke up with her boyfriend a few years ago - basically told him she was in love with a friend of his. When he moved out of the house they shared he destroyed a lot of her belongings, wrote nasty things on her mirror with her makeup, poisoned her plants... things like that. You know - whatever sympathy anyone had for him evaporated when he behaved like a 5 year old about it, and my friend felt a lot less guilty about hurting him.
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08-03-2012 20:42 #10
Do you think it would just best to speak to a general lawyer?
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