Our expert says:
Divorce support expert
thinking about a divorce is never easy especially after such a long relationships. It's not so much the memories one hangs on to but to a familiar pattern, however unhappy they may be. ou have though reached a point where you know it is time to do something different and change your journey but there are quite a few things to consider before engaging on this new journey.
The questions you ask about your husband and his mother should need to be addressed for himself.
At this point there really are 2 points to consider. Can the relationship be saved, if so is husband aware of your distress and is willing to be addressed or you have made up your mind but need guidance in your change of direction.
Either way i would advise you to seek "divorce coaching" to clarify those questions.
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