Our expert says:
The rules you describe probably suited a lot of people, though not usually the woman at the centre of such situations. A husband who has been allowed to be self-centred for so long, comes to see it as just how the world works, and to be rather indignant at suggestions that it aint necessarily so ! He thinks love and fondness are his due, without ever needing to deserve it. I really don't think a divorce between grandparents has the remotest ill effect on the grandchildren --- it's more likely that your own children would prefer you to avoid this. Why not consider, if divorce might threaten the material comforts you absolutely deserve, using those comforts as a base on which to live your own life true to yourself --- is that really incompatible ?
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