Our expert says:
He is an alcoholic and probl;em drinker, and also seems to have a significant gambling problem. And on top of allt hat for him to have been unfaithful so soon, says nothing whatever good about him. Do speak to a good lawyer. From the sound of it, you tried hard, and it is HIM who has wasted much of these 10 years. Then see a good counsellor to help you move on.
Don't let the sense of waste persuade you to hang on with a drunken bum who can't be bothered to try hard enough. Marriage can be like financial investment. Guys who are clever with money ( as I am not !) tell me that the big problem which leads people to lose loads of money in investments ISN'T that stocks and shares go up and down in value; it's that people far too often, when it becomes clear that one of their shares was a bad buy, and is going down in value for good reasons, and isn't likely to increase in value again, are so reluctant to sell it after having made some losses, because they don't want to admit that they made a bad judgement --- so they hang onto it and lose all of their money instead of some of their money. Its important to quit when one is slightly behind, before one is totally behind, so that one stil has enough emotional capital to invest again, more carefully and as a wiser person.
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