Our expert says:
It's not necessarily worse than the death of a partner, but otherwise you're right. With a separation you may be troubled by the fact that they're still here, but not with you ; with a death you're troubled that they will never be with you again. With a separation, you know that you may have played a part in that fact, with a death, you may blame yourself and feel guilty even though you played no part in causing that fate.
I hope you are getting good legal advice, to ensure that you are as protected as possible.
For someone usually capable and in charge of their life, it's hard to encounter a situation in which there are more elements than usual which you can't control or predict. and I don't think it's a women's thing to feel uneasy at not having enough moeny to feel confident of being able to cope financially - it's a weakness shared by sadly many men and women NOT to feel anxious in these situations, and to expect others to cope for them rather than to help them to use their own capability
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