There you are each day, unhappily married.
It’s to a point in which the people that love you including your kids, (if you’ve got them) don’t remember a time in which you were happy. And if they do, it was in a galaxy far, far away.
The unhappy you. The depressed you. The quietly miserable you is the one people get to deal with, day in and day out.
Every day people ask when or if you’re going to divorce finally and you say the same thing:
“I’m working on it.”
And while you’re “working on it,” which is really just a BS excuse covering the fact that you’re doing nothing but panicking over how and when to make the decision, your life is passing you by.
Days, weeks, months and maybe even years go by…in which you spend such little time happy. At this point, you’re used to it.
As unhappy as you are, you are comfortable. The devil you know is better than the devil you don’t, you tell people.
You make excuses and say it’s easier this way. You say you don’t have the money. You say you’ll do it when this happens…or that kid gets older…or you finish paying that bill or this bill.
There is always something that is keeping you from ending your dead decaying marriage, but while you delay, the smell and rot from that decaying marriage is growing stronger and bigger.
The space between the two of you is getting so big, you could place another galaxy in-between you both, and there would still be plenty of room between the two of you.
The bickering or the intensity or the distance between the two of you are so bad, it impacts everyone from your families to your friends.
Honestly, from the outside in, it’s hell to watch. It’s like watching an impending car crash and knowing the end result, but not being able to stop it.
So how do you finally cut off the dead marriage and start over? How do you stop ignoring the elephant in the room and start calling it quits?
Here’s how to do it. For good.
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