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What was the final straw for you to decide on getting a divorce

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      Angelcart wrote Apr 30, 2010
    • When I found out my  husband cheated on me.  Nuff said.




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      Marie66 wrote Apr 30, 2010
    • I’m with Angel.. When my husband cheated on me.. That did it!




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      Mztracy wrote Apr 30, 2010
    • I’m not divorced, but if my hubby cheated he knows he’d be hitting the curb and hard!




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      Tuliplady wrote Apr 30, 2010
    • I would have to say that my ex husband spending $15,000 without consulting me was the last straw.  I stayed a couple more weeks after that and some little inconsequental thing finally made me say “what am I waiting for“, but when I realized how little he cared about my input into our business I knew it was time to go.




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      Wookiemom09 wrote Apr 30, 2010
    • when I caught him cheating again.  Yes I took him back after the first incident as he begged for forgiveness so we went through counseling.  3 years later - same actions, different women.




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      Cathie Beck wrote May 1, 2010
    • My soon to be X said he wanted a divorce to find someone else and he was lying to me,
      he already was cheating with the 19 yr old daughter of a long time friend, who I don’t
      see coming to visit anymore. Cheating and lying is a pretty big final straw.  

      Cathie




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      Karyn Olson wrote May 1, 2010
    • Because of my past history with abuse...it would be if he was abusing me...I have come to a point in my life that I believe there is no excuse for abuse...married or not...no one has the right to abuse you...so for me that would be my final straw.




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      UK Girl wrote May 1, 2010
    • Cheating - he had mentally checked out a month before he left.
      I know most women it’s just one thing which is like the straw when breaks the camels back




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      Lori Aksamit-Stickley wrote May 1, 2010
    • Abuse - both physical and mental was the last straw with me and my ex.




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      KRIS JULIN wrote May 1, 2010
    • Verbal abuse and disrespect to both my son and myself




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      Cathie Beck wrote May 3, 2010
    • And I hope you never are faced with it, Termagsea!  

      Hugs,
      Cathie




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      Michelle05 wrote Jul 30, 2010
    • First marriage ended because of cheating husband, he lived a double life for a year, until I put all of the puzzle pieces I was collecting together, then I got the Hell outta there!  Left my emotional state in despair and my confidence shot, but I regained that shortly after the divorce was final.

      My current marriage feels cold and empty, I try to see the positives, but they don’t outweigh the loneliness.  I am doing some souls searching to see if I should stay or if I should get on with my own life. heartbreak




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      Denise Richardson wrote Jul 30, 2010
    • After me almost killing my first hubby literally via way of a stabbing, for his infidelities not once, but twice and he hadn’t learned so I opted to walk out opposed to sitting in prison while someone else raised our children.




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      Anonymous wrote Jul 31, 2010
    • Hey Michelle totally understand and in a similar situation.  Doing a lot of soul thinking and I really don’t need someone else in my life I would be fine on my own and really didn’t get to enjoy being young and single.




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      Cathie Beck wrote Jul 31, 2010
    • I stayed in a lonely, physically distant marriage too long. I tried to start some changes and nothing worked he didn’t want changes, but I stayed because of my belief in the vows I took. It finally came down to him telling me he wanted a divorce.  

      I am at times feeling I lost a lot of years, but then I think about all the things I Did get to do while married. I got to learn things that interested me, like wood working and learning to play violin, landscaping gardens, living with wolf hybrids.  

      I want to meet a man that wants a relationship, doesn’t put me at the bottom of priority list and appreciates me. He must let me touch him too. ;oD  

      Cathie




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      Msj wrote Aug 5, 2010
    • hard to say what the final straw would be. depends on all the other straws..... could be putting the toilet paper roll on upside down happy




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      Pamela Foley wrote Feb 19, 2013
    • When I got accepted college at 48 years of age. He told me to apply for a loan or ask my father, whom he owns a business with, to pay for it.




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