Dating Coach - Answered on Dec 16, 2023
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She is a good devotee? I can’t quite understand this statement. And she hates you? How?
If what you have mentioned are facts, then isn’t it time for the two of you to evaluate if it’s worth living together?
If you are continuing with the marriage for the sake of the children, then do understand that there are certain ways in which you should behave so that the children do not absorb the stress that the two of you are facing.
If you keep arguing or fighting in front of them, it will affect them emotionally.
It is time that the two of you have a conversation as mature adults and sort this out quickly before it consumes the children. Else, make the sane decision of going your separate ways.
If you can’t do this by yourselves, seek professional help as soon as possible.
Do remember, it takes two people to make a marriage work, so look within yourself as well to see what you can change to smooth things over and work on that.
All the best and a Happy 2022.
I have no clue what led to this breakdown in your marriage. Whatever the reason, I wish the two of you know what this is doing to the child.
I am not judging either of you but there is something that is keeping her away from coming back. Kindly involve a Marriage therapist or any expert who can step in.
She needs to know that moving on or leaving, one of that has to happen. At least, the mind can fathom how to manage either of the paths.
From the little information that you have given, this is what I can guide you with.
Speak with her about involving a marriage therapist or you appeal to her with love and compassion to start the discussion for the way ahead.
All the best and make a move on this soon.