Dating while separated in md christiandating org
My wife and I have been married for a mostly happy 17 years with not a hint of infidelity.About 4 months ago my wife started having feelings that she wasn't in love with me anymore and was spending a lot of time away from home with friends. We commiting to working on things and the past 2.5 months have included some very good times only to be followed by big arguments and relapses. I think a large part of our problems deal with her self esteam because of bad things that have happened to her before our marriage (rape, abortion), partly because of the way we have sometimes treated each other over the years (she very irresponsible and me very stubborn and argumentative), and partly due to reaching our 40's and trying to adjust to mid-life.
Do I tell my wife or should I wait to see if it gets back to her and deal with it then.
I really do what my marriage to work and I'm afraid this would certainly spell the end if I told her now with everything else going on.
At the same time we were separated but still trying to work on things. Having been a cheater myself and wanting to save the marriage, I came clean but dragged it out. If you want to save the marriage, I suggest you hold your wife, tell her how much you really love her and then tell it to her straight.
Since Georgia continues to recognize your legal marriage during periods of pre-divorce separation, the fact that your spouse commits the adultery during this separation period doesn’t preclude you from filing for divorce on adultery grounds.
In reality, proving that the post-separation adultery was predominantly responsible for the breakdown of your marriage is difficult.