Started by Alex, January 09, 2024, 08:36:53 AM
Quote from: klondike on January 09, 2024, 09:00:33 AMI wonder if he has dementia kicking in. That can make people very unreasonable and difficult to live with.
Quote from: Alex on January 09, 2024, 08:36:53 AMDivorce, if you're the innocent and unwilling party can be as bad as losing your partner to illness, it's like a bereavement.Yesterday I was out with my oldest friend who has been married since 1968, she has two grown up children and two grandchildren who now work in London. Always a great couple to outsiders, but her husband over the years has become very difficult to live with. They live together but separately, using the kitchen at separate times it's become that ridiculous. To cut an awfully long story short, he informed her at the weekend that he is putting the house up for sale and wants a divorce. - they are both 76. I didn't know what to say, my first reaction was that he won't go through with it, they have lived in the same house for 50 years. In the end I said maybe it would be a good thing for her, the stress has made her ill, the last year has been awful.I think deep down she can't bear the thought of leaving her home, the upheaval. No idea where she will live, he has always looked after the finances, a worrying time.
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