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My wife has left, separated 8 weeks ago. Her reasons were that "I failed to provide companionship and intimancy." We've been married for 20 years. How can I best provide to her the biblical truths regarding divorce, while not making her angry.

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If shes a Christian she probably already knows the biblical truths about divorce and apparently they didnt affect her decision any.

Thats the core of her problem.
---JackB on 1/3/10


if I have learned one thing thru all of my life it,s not to judge people to swiftly,I wish I knew in my heart how to fully forgive,I guess my real issues are what they did to their children. As for myself there never was a pitty party for me I was to mad for the kids sake.divorce is hard,but even harder on children.
---tom2 on 1/3/10


If shes claiming you dont give her enough "companionship and intimacy" how much will she receive when shes divorced and alone? Sounds like shes seeking justification for something shes doing.

I'll bet if you dig deep enough, you'll find that there is another man leading her to believe things would be better with him than they are with you. Thats too many years to throw away to just start over again.

If you love her its time to swallow your pride and fight for her. That is, if you feel you could ever trust her again. Trust is very hard to restore.

I know its hard to look at ourselves when we're angry at someone thats hurt us, but it might just turn her heart back to you and save your marriage.
---JackB on 1/3/10


WOW!
Yep it is the wifes fault because if what she says is true, then why did it take her 20 years to tell him his faults. I thought that marriage was discussion, arguing, hashing out your issues, and first and fore most, LOVING EACH OTHER AND PUTTING EACH OTHERS NEEDS BEFORE ONES OWN. Sounds to me like there was a serious break down in communication and I can tell you, if the wife doesn't want to talk, then she won't unless God gets in the mix. If she wants to go, then let her leave. Apologize for any wrong you have done, then let her go. Because we women can and are pains in the butt when it comes to communicating.
After thought: I see now why it is so hard to find a godly husband. The bad women got to them first!
---miche3754 on 1/2/10


karend,iam so glad you got a chuckle,believe me years of estrangement between my daughters and their mother aint funny,caused by her,and her lies,,and my second wife desserting me with her children,and their crying at night,because their mom as they discovered didn,t care about anyone except herself,I raised her 3 children,attitude I have,women NEVER AGAIN.
---tom2 on 1/2/10




Dustin, you recommended The Love Dare several days ago. I Googled it and learned that the movie, Fireproof, was based on the concepts contained in the book. Unfortunately, the book was checked out at my library, but the video was available. My husband and I watched it and thought it was excellent. I highly recommend that the original poster take your advice and check it out.
---AlwaysOn on 1/2/10


Ralph is right, the wife's claims may be totally baseless. If the husband truly wants to reconcile his marriage, he should acknowledge her complaints and still apologize for failing to be the husband she thought he should be. That humility may bring her to at least consider marital therapy, where they both can discuss the pros and cons of their relationship, if she is willing.
---Trish9863 on 1/2/10


karend,evidently you havent read all my posts,to answer your question it was them who acted as though they were 4 years old,read the posts,their own children testified against both of them,in court,both were told by their sisters,and moms they were NUTS.NEED I SAY MORE ABOUT WHO WAS AT FAULT?I really believe the vast majority of women are children,they never grow up,well those to learned from THE JUDGE who the grownup was.
---tom2 on 1/2/10


maybe iam prejudice,I had 2 women put me ,and even more important our children thru he/////,oh by the way,both have since apologized to me,and one even had the nerve to ask me to marry her again,yes I have a VERY BAD ATTITUDE TOWARDS WOMEN,BUT guess whos to blame? A WOMEN,ACTUALLY 2 OF THEM.
---tom2 on 1/2/10


I agree totally with the response that we should first examine ourselves.And as noted self examination,though pertinent,many times is not an honest evaluation. Even if your partners complaints are unfounded,they still believe they are correct to the point of separating,and in many cases divorce.No one likes to be told they have missed the mark in a relationship.In my case I spents years,10 with one ,and 8 with another after I became aware of what they perceived as my failures.But after years of their family members telling them they were both out of their minds,and my doing everything I could to save the marriages,both eventually left.But as I said all the children in both familys,knew their moms were totally full of it,and told them so.
---tom2 on 1/2/10




Trish, if the wife's "reasons" are baseless then the husband can't do much about that.

Yours is the kind of attitude I wrote about earlier. Women love to throw out the line "love her as Christ loved the Church". To many women, this means that her husband is supposed to make her happy and do whatever she wants.

The fact is, Christ's love for the Church was demonstrated in His willingness to humble himself give up his life. He was not an appeaser. Nor was He a phony who apologized "where there might appear no real need to do so". He stood firm and corrected people when necessary. Many didn't like what they heard and left. The poster is trying to do the same and he's likely too nice a guy.
---ralph7477 on 1/2/10


Tom2...Thanks for your posts. I laughed all the way through them. I thought it was rather funny that you would start one of your posts with "my second wife" which gave me a clue what was to come. When you said both marriages was like being married to a "4 year old" was it the women or you that was the 4 year old? Do you take any responsibility for two marriages that ended in divorce?
---KarenD on 1/2/10


just a side bar,when my first wife began bar hopping and bed jumping my mom ,bless her soul,made a comment to me quote WOMEN ARE A PAIN IN THE ?????,my response was,mom,you,re a woman,her response was,yea,I know,but atleast I know iam a pain.
---tom2 on 1/2/10


Ralph: I did address the information given. Given she expressed her reasons, husband needs to address those reasons. If he wants reconciliation, HE must do what scripture says. Confess, repent, and love her as Christ loved the Church. That is how he can best use scripture to address her desire for divorce. HE needs to be a living sacrifice, which might mean apologizing where there might appear to be no real need to do so to you.
---Trish9863 on 1/1/10


Trish, you have no way of knowing the wife's reason for walking out on her husband. The reason she gave him means nothing. I've heard women say just about anything in an attempt to justify their actions.

However, taking it at face value, saying that he "failed" to do something implies that he didn't actually do anything wrong, in fact he could have done everything right. It's a selfish statement that conveys that she didn't get her way. She basically told him that he didn't do what she wanted.

And the husband didn't ask for "advice". If you want to stick to the letter and spirit of the question, he specifically asked how best to show her biblical truths regarding divorce. Try answering that question.
---ralph7477 on 1/1/10


believe me both were treated well,my first wife eventually aid I put her to high up,and her sisters said I treated her too good,boy that made no sense to me at all.guess they ,eamt she took advantage of me,because of it.The seconds wifes sisters both told me I was right to divorce their sister.their both long stories,firat one took 24 years to end,second 17,both were miserable me me after the first couple of yearsboth were like being married to a 4 year old.
---tom2 on 1/1/10


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Gentlemen:
The woman did not leave because she had no problem with her husband. She said he dropped the ball in their relationship. A husband loving his wife as Christ loved the Church needs humility and should confess any wrong doing, which the wife already indicated. In marital therapy they could iron out the differences and work toward possible reconciliation.

Admission of not doing something right is the first step toward reconciliation. The husband asked for advice. It does no good to tell the husband what the wife is doing wrong. He can only sweep up his side of the street. In my experience working with a lot of people in mental health, everyone contributes to the destruction of a relationship is someway.
---Trish9863 on 12/31/09


Tom & Ralph ... I'm sorry that I have misinterpreted your comments in various blogs, where I've thought you have seeemed to be unsympathetic to women who have problems in their marriages.

But obviously I'm wrong.

I have been so lucky to have had a wonderful marriage, and that perhaps make me not understand fully those men who have not had that good fortune
---alan8566_of_uk on 12/31/09


alan,read my posts,I never said it wa always anyones fault,what I said in my case was it wasn,t mine,and in both cases the judges fully agreed with me,neither wife got even a penny from me,and were both denied support.Again read my posts never said it was always anyone spouses fault for failed marriages.
---tom2 on 12/31/09


Trish, what makes you think that the husband has anything to confess, repent, or ask forgiveness of? Why do you assume that he played a part in the break-up? As far as I can tell, the wife is the one who chose to leave. She broke up, not him. I don't buy into the premise that both parties are always to blame. There are many times that one party is solely at fault.

Alan, if you want to think I am a woman hater go right ahead. You seem to have trouble differentiating between reality and what you imagine to be reality and I can't do much about that. If you define being critical of a woman, any woman, as hatred of all womankind, well that's your issue, not mine.
---ralph7477 on 12/31/09


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\\Confess that you dropped the ball in the love area of your life. Ask her to participate in marital therapy with you, and learn to love your wife.
---Trish9863 on 12/30/09\\

And, of course, there is absolutely no chance that the wife who abandoned him is the one who dropped the ball, now is there?
---Cluny on 12/31/09


Trish, 2 thumbs up for your 12/31 post on how you would have responded had the wife posted. Ditto here.

Tom and Ralph, I sympathize with your positions. I can only imagine how frustrating it must be, as a male, to constantly see men portrayed as the bad guy in these situations. Unfortunately, men who play into the stereotype are all too common, which further compounds the issue. Just keep being who you are, though, and trust that God knows your heart.
---AlwaysOn on 12/31/09


Tom2 ... I'm sorry to have misjudged you and your marriages. I'm sorry that you made the wrong cloice in wour wives and that the marriages ended badly. Nevetheless, I don't think your bad expereinces give you enough experience to allow you to say that marriage failure is always the woman's fault.

Ralph ... You seem to think that the feminist mindset has permeated the church (and society) I agree that feminism takes things too far, but you seem (and I hope I am wrong) to be an woman hater because of your bad personal experiences, and that's not fair, because not all women are like the ones who have hurt you
---alan8566_of_uk on 12/31/09


Ralph, you assume that the wife would be encouraged to leave had she been the one to post. If the wife had posted that she left her husband, I would have encouraged her to return and work on her marriage with counseling. I would have also encouraged her to seek mentoring from an older woman in the church whose marriage has endured.

BUT, the wife did not post, the husband did. He asked for advice, so I gave the advice that someone gave me when my husband left. Confess my part, repent and ask forgiveness. I could not make him return to me, I could only change me. This husband cannot make his wife return to him, he can only work on allowing God to show him his part in the break-up, and to seek restoration as best he can.
---Trish9863 on 12/31/09


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alan,both of my wives while I was working 2 jobs to supply them with money,because neither would work,got boyfriends,and hide the fact,both were found by the courts to have wronged me and neither one got any settlement from me at all,the courts in both cases decided it was their faults LEGALLY for the dissintigration of the marriage,and eventual ending,so you see both of them were at fault,both in the eyes of God,and in our legal system,got anything else to say?
---tom2 on 12/31/09


Alan, the only thing I despise is the harmful feminist mindset that has permeated the church and has done nothing but cause great damage to marriage and family. The evidence of which is all around us.

"And yuou both bang on about the man being boss, so much that I can imagine that you did not allow your wives to mamke any decisions."

That's quite a vivid imagination Alan.

"You have neither of you show anywhere that you actually loved and cherished your wives."

And exactly how would I show that to you, Alan?
---ralph7477 on 12/31/09


Tom & Ralph ... From what you havew said elsewhere, your marriages have been disasters. And you both blame your wives, and refuse to accept any responsibility

Ralph, you have also shown that your generally despise women. And yuou both bang on about the man being boss, so much that I can imagine that you did not allow your wives to mamke any decisions.

You have neither of you show anywhere that you actually loved and cherished your wives.
---alan8566ofuk on 12/31/09


trish,have you read the genesis account,God told eve asam had dominion over her.my reply would be why do wives care so much about obeying their husbands?as I have said NO ONE IS DOING THEIR JOBS,THATS WHY THE DIVORCE RATE IS SO HIGH.
---tom2 on 12/31/09


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Typical. Automatically assume that the good, long suffering wife had no choice but to leave because she was driven away by the inept boorish failure of a husband.

The wife is the one breaking up the marriage, yet the husband is told to take stock of himself and fix all that is wrong with him because it's all his fault. No woman would ever her husband if he is doing all that he is supposed to do, right?

A woman is always assumed to be in the right. If her actions contradict that assumption, then it must have been the husband that made her act that way. She said so. And in today's society, words mean more than behavior.
---ralph7477 on 12/31/09


Tom2: I wonder why there are two different words in Ephesians 5. For children, it says "Children, obey your parents." But for wives, it says, "Wives submit to your husbands." Could it be that wives have a different role than children in the marriage relationship?

Also, somewhere in that same book, it tells EVERYONE to submit to one another.

Finally, if husbands are supposed to love their wives as Christ loved the church, should he really care if the word, "Obey" was in the marriage vows?
---Trish9863 on 12/30/09


trish, I believe the way the scripture reads,if your spouse is a non believer,and you are,the believer is allowed to let the non believer leave.
---tom2 on 12/31/09


my second wife refused to say the word obey,a born again christian woman,she made a point of it to the pastor who married us,that he must leave out the word.To many people today believe that their spouse is responsible to keep them ENTERTAINED.Our divorce rate is over 50 percent,because NO ONE IS DOING THEIR JOB.and all they do is blame each other.
---tom2 on 12/30/09


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We can agree on that much, Cluny, There is always more going on beneath the surface. For either side of the aisle to speculate is really moot, since we can't compare all of the evidence. Scripture tells us to refrain from judgment unless we've entertained all of the facts. A healthy reminder for us all. :)
---AlwaysOn on 12/30/09


It makes no sense to bash the woman, regardless of her vows. She may not be a believer, which she is free to leave, according to scripture.

But, since the husband asked for advice, on how HE should handle this, it is best to address his behavior, as that was his question in the first place.

It makes no sense to quote scripture to your wife. I believe that you should do what scriptures tell you to do. Love your wife, as Christ loved the Church. Had you been doing that in the first place, this whole mess MIGHT have been avoided, and she would be with you, instead of leaving.

Confess that you dropped the ball in the love area of your life. Ask her to participate in marital therapy with you, and learn to love your wife.
---Trish9863 on 12/30/09


\\ Cluny, why can't a lack of companionship and intimacy be the reason she finally left after 20 yrs of marriage? Is it possible that she tried her best to hang in there until she just couldn't take it anymore?\\

There's more going on here than the poster is saying, especially in a 50 word limit.

There ALWAYS is.
---Cluny on 12/30/09


I will tell you a secret that most people would never admitt,the real issue is most christians live in the world,thats why their issues are the same,money,companionship,intamacy,whatever,the divorce rate,and on and on,sometimes I believe the narrow path is actually void ,empty,no travelers on it at all.
---tom2 on 12/30/09


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It's interesting that Gray asks how, by showing her guilty, he can make her return, and not how, by showing love, he can make her want to return.
---alan8566_of_uk on 12/29/09


BTW--has anyone but me noticed that in this thread, the mean ole husband is NOT providing companionship and intimacy, and in an adjacent one, (Emotional Security Marriage), the mean ole husband wanted companionship and emotional support from his wife?

And in BOTH cases, the wives left the mean ole husbands because they were getting or not getting the same thing?

Does this make any sense?
---Cluny on 12/28/09


Cluny, why can't a lack of companionship and intimacy be the reason she finally left after 20 yrs of marriage? Is it possible that she tried her best to hang in there until she just couldn't take it anymore? Is it possible that there were children involved and she stayed, believing it was the right thing to do for them? I have a friend whose mother did something similar. She stayed in an emotionally and verbally abusive marriage for 26 years because she felt her stepdaughter and daughter needed the stability that a two-parent home offered. When both daughters grew up and moved out, the wife split. I currently have a friend who is counting the days until her daughter's high school graduation, so that she can leave her husband.
---AlwaysOn on 12/28/09


Her leaving you and separating from you is her failure, not yours, to provide companionship and intimacy. It is difficult to have companionship and intimacy when she has put physical distance between you both. That is the nature of the sinner, they throw dirt on you: but the dirt on you is their own dirt that the sinner has thrown on you, and none of the guilt that they have thrown is your dirt, but belongs 100% to the sinner. Ref: I Corinthians chapter 7: If she is a nonbeliever, you are under no obligation to stay with her nor with her sins. If she is a believer, you both should pray together, and she should not be leaving the union.
---Eloy on 12/28/09


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Dear Gray:

The biblical truth to first provide goes for u:

Fulfill fully your committment to her, rebuild the Marriage in those areas your really failing, this is how love begins to blosom, again, fulfilling your commitment to love her per the Word, meeting her needs.

Asses the truth, many women now a days say they have any emotinal needs. But because they many make their own money, they just leave feeling they have their greater true need met, the money she makes.

If she doesn't give the chance to repair, she is most likely lying about her reason 4 leaving.

---Paul9594 on 12/28/09


\\ Cluny....I agree. However, why did she withdraw? It is not an easy life living with a cold, distant man.
---KarenD on 12/27/09\\

All we know is only PART of one side of the story, right?

|| In these cases, the one who leaves has started withdrawing emotionally and mentally first
*****

really and Cluny you would know this how? ...never been married and you believe this to be true from what standpoint?||

Because I've seen it happen too many times, including my own parent's marriage, Rhonda.
---Cluny on 12/28/09


Sir, I will give you the best advice that I myself have received. Purchase a copy of the book the Love Dare. I promise you that even if this book does not save your marriage it will make you a better person.
---Dustin on 12/28/09


Gray, she has made a decision, based on something or nothing, it doesn't matter. You are now privileged to show and to reveal true love for her under circumstances that reveal whether your love is the genuine article. This is best shown as several bloggers have already said--seeking to find out how you might have failed--and how you might improve, and to reveal by your love, your care, your faithfulness, that she is throwing away a true jewel. In other words, Be like Jesus. If you go about to "prove" her wrong, you will only reveal that you haven't a clue on how truly to lead, to love, to be a true house-band. Don't try to push darkness around, just turn on the light!
---Wayne8738 on 12/28/09


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Ralph and Cluny....We have counseled many women whose husbands are like this. However, these women remain in their marriages and a couple of their husbands have made efforts to make their marriages better. This can be said also of wives who fail to provide "companionship and intimacy" as well as husbands. Our counsel is always to remain in the marriage as the Lord has instructed in the Bible. However, the spouse who is remaining distant still needs to work on these issues.
---KarenD on 12/28/09


I've been married and had first hand experience with this type of thing and frankly, Cluny's remarks have been right on target.

You reactionary gals who are so quick to criticize do realize that these women who walk out on their husbands will claim just about anything to justify their decision, don't you?
---ralph7477 on 12/28/09


Cluny....I agree. However, why did she withdraw? It is not an easy life living with a cold, distant man.
---KarenD on 12/27/09


I think no matter how you approach her regarding this, you will make her angry. You will come off as some judgmental guy who says, "You have to do this because this book says this." I doubt that she will care.
---amand6348 on 12/27/09


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In these cases, the one who leaves has started withdrawing emotionally and mentally first
*****

really and Cluny you would know this how? ...never been married and you believe this to be true from what standpoint?

absurdity when single men NEVER having a wife respond in OPINION believing EXPERIENCE in marriage is worthless

never experiencing BOND and INTIMACY of marriage ...OR have any clue what living and sharing life with spouse home children and myriad of issues together YET righteously in your own eyes feel qualified to offer up short-sighted inept opinion because you can READ words from scripture

pure foolishness beyond ignorant to compare surgeon SKILLS to a relationship you have never personally experienced
---Rhonda on 12/27/09


Cluny ... "It's obvious that after being married for 20 years, "no companionship and intimacy" is NOT the real reason she abandoned him 8 weeks ago"

Like you I speak from a man's perspective, but unlike you I have been married (and very happily till my wife died)

I do not agree with your comment. I have seen several situations where the husband has been cold for many years and has witheld companionship and intimacy.

And in some cases the situation becomes unbearable.

The cause of the man's coldness? Varying reasons ... undue ambition at work, jealousy with wife's need to spend some time looking after the children, self-perceived greater intelligence. In most cases, it is man's fault.
---alan8566_of_uk on 12/27/09


\\Cluny...No husband bashing here. Just plain old reality. This man wants to preach to his wife instead of finding out what he has not done that causes her to say that he has not provided her with the "companionship and intimacy" that she needs. Since you have NEVER been married, you are nowhere qualified to even discuss this subject.
---KarenD on 12/26/09\\

That's like saying a heart surgeon must have had heart trouble to be qualified to treat it.

It's obvious that after being married for 20 years, "no companionship and intimacy" is NOT the real reason she abandoned him 8 weeks ago.

In these cases, the one who leaves has started withdrawing emotionally and mentally first.
---Cluny on 12/27/09


God forbid the failure might have been on her part,and even worse MUTUAL,we all see ourselves in rose colored glasses,we all see ourselves as more victims,than perpetrators,but in reality we all are responsible for EVERY WORD,EVERY THOUGHT,EVERY CHOICE we make.
---tom2 on 12/27/09


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well i have been married twice,and divorced twice.what I get from both is people expect their joy to be supplied by others,instead of seeking it from the truth.true joy is not as fleeting as many apparently think it to be,if it were not so our divorce rate would be much lower.seeking happiness from what someone does,or being unhappy because of what someone doesn,t do is very immature,ITS so easy to blame another person,and a spouse is handy,and why blame yourself?when you can blame someone else?
---tom2 on 12/27/09


FAILED,a word that has different meaning,or interputations,or points of view,as there are grains of sand.Thank goodness jesus didn,t fail.But as mere human beings we will fail,whether or not we have been graded inaccurately by others in our failures,though pertinent,it really is not as important as we,or even they think it is.we have enough trouble being happy ourselves,let alone being responsible for anothers joy,most peoples responses seem childish to me,seeking joy from anothers actions that is.
---tom2 on 12/27/09


Cluny...No husband bashing here. Just plain old reality. This man wants to preach to his wife instead of finding out what he has not done that causes her to say that he has not provided her with the "companionship and intimacy" that she needs. Since you have NEVER been married, you are nowhere qualified to even discuss this subject.
---KarenD on 12/26/09


Before offering her biblical truths regarding divorce, start with biblical truths regarding marriage. Specifically, show her scriptures that highlight how you are supposed to treat her, regard her and love her. She won't be angry to learn of how she is supposed to be treated. In fact, she just may be convinced that you regard the bible as your authority on being a husband and cherishing her as your wife.

Instead of using the bible to oppose her decision, use it to show her that you are making new decisions to try even harder to treat her well.

Maybe you believe that you treated her well, but since you didn't state that she is wrong in her feelings about her treatment, I can only go on what you've posted.
---AlwaysOn on 12/26/09


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"How can I best provide to her the biblical truths regarding divorce, while not making her angry." You can not.
One who is looking for an excuse, to do whatever, will always find one, always attempt to justify it, and will venomously defend the desire, and right to do so.
---Josef on 12/25/09


\\Gray...Try fixing yourself before you start preaching to her. Twenty years is a long time for a woman to live with a man who doesn't offer her "companionship and intimacy."
---KarenD on 12/25/09\\

This is typical of the male bashing one sees from "Christian" women on these blogs.

There is obviously something else going on here that nobody, including the abandoned husband, knows about.
---Cluny on 12/25/09


Gray...Try fixing yourself before you start preaching to her. Twenty years is a long time for a woman to live with a man who doesn't offer her "companionship and intimacy."
---KarenD on 12/25/09


She left you, but you are the one worried about making her angry?

The fact is when a woman wants out of a relationship, any reason will suffice. If you were the best companion and most intimate husband in the world, she would say you were smothering or some such thing.

She made a vow and chances are it included "for better or worse". Most people throw the vow out the window when "worse" comes into play. She is the one in the wrong.
---ralph7477 on 12/25/09


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if you truly wish to save your marriage I would suggest you ask her what she believes were your failures as she sees them,pointing out her mistakes will only aggravate the situation.remember women in general are creatures of their emotions,so be honest with her,tell her you love her,you need her,and even if she is wrong,speak to her as a husband should,with love,respect,and sincerity.
---tom2 on 12/25/09


And did she ever bring up what her needs were for "comanionship and intimacy"?

Did you ever ask her what she wanted from you, or tell her what you wanted from her?

If neither of you has been open with the other, what did you expect to happen?

And do you really think quoting Bible verses at her in a vain attempt to keep her from doing what she wants will be effective at this point?
---Cluny on 12/25/09


You can attempt to provide her will all of the Biblical truths you wish regarding divorce.

But when she gets into court with a good lawyer it an all new ball game and she will have tactical advantage, so you had better a better attorney with a winning strategy with a very high number success outcomes.

She does not have to be an accomplished watch maker to clean your clock.
---Friendly_Blogger on 12/24/09


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