It’s important to communicate about these issues. Tell him how his demands make you feel. Someone who respects your feelings will understand… or at least will make an attempt to be thoughtful where you are concerned. If he places the responsibility solely on you (as it seems he is), you should grant him the divorce. His request is telling you what is most important. And it’s not you.

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Writer and policy advocate living in Nashville, TN —Public Policy Ph.D. — writes on education policy, consumer affairs, and more . . .

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Andy Spears

Andy Spears

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Writer and policy advocate living in Nashville, TN —Public Policy Ph.D. — writes on education policy, consumer affairs, and more . . .