Our expert says:
Firstly, don't accept that it is inevitable that she will leave. Maybe in some ways you have been such an outstanding father you your kids, that she feels redundant and unneeded. Volcano is right -- maybe you've been a better father than you have been a husband, and need to plan deliberately to spend more time with her, for both of you to enjoy, and also to encourage her to share the pleasures of caring for those children.
Also, think very seriously about seeing a marriage counsellor together ( eg through FAMSA ) so that you can better understand her point of view and see how you can increase her happiness, and vice versa.
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