Our expert says:
Divorce support expert
your concern is genuine but your are putting yourself in a difficult position. Even though your advice may be wise and well justified, your friend has to be the one to face his choices.
As outsiders we may often see better what is at stake but the person involved has a learning experience to fulfill.
The way things are going it sounds though that the relationship is well on the way of breaking up. Just keep being supportive that he should follow his instinct. he may need added support in his emotional conflict to have you call the lawyer to ask for a copy of the divorce decree. These are the kind of things that need to be addressed consistently and look at carefully. A divorce should be undertaken thoughtfully especially when there are children involved.
As for a personal advise, keep being who you are. You are a great friend and you will know what to say when it is needed, but remember, a good friend sometimes doesn't have to say anything.
All the best
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