Our expert says:
Divorce support expert
You are very right to say that loving someone doesn't necessarily make a good marriage and from the sound of it, you are quite miserable in your marriage. Although you say he is a good guy and that you do love him, you do describe a rather emotionally abusive person and this is not the way to be in a relationship. You deserve the right to be happy and to flourish as an individual for your sake and your child's sake. If your husband is adamant that he doesn't want to address the issues than the responsibilities to make a decision about your future lies purely on you, but this is where it is usually hard. You have been together a long time and the unknown can be daunting.
You need to establish what you truly want and then establish how to attain it. You may benefit from some divorce coaching, but your present situation is no longer providing what you need and needs to be re-looked seriously.
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