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My wife wants a divorce and is being so rude to me! Please answer!?

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Answer #1 | 21/05 2015 15:34
All woman asks for divorce when they feel desperate that the relation is not working as they wanted. Try to fix things out. If she wants divorce because she does not love you and there is another person, then you should leave her. But if she wants divorce because she is angry with you (in a direct or none direct way); you have to talk to her. Try to understand what makes her want that. Try to show her the love and care she is searching for. Make her feel that she is the most important person in your life, keep telling her things she likes to hear, even if you know that she knows those feelings and talks.
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Answer #2 | 09/03 2016 16:44
OMG...I swear I was reading the story of my own life. Minus a few details of course. I am 26 and going thru a divorce myself. Its hard!! We have a 6 year old together and was prior to marriage very independent and turned into the barefoot and pregnant housewife. Divorce is scary in itself. Especially if you were as you say very dependant on him. But fear not. You are not alone. There is life after the divorce. Only if you want one. You are young and thats something you have going for you. Most people our age aren't even married yet. So I look at it like starting with a clean slate. But to answer your question: There has to be better ahead, if not then whats the point of going on, with anything in life? We always strive for something better. You love him. Thats completely natural. Love isn't a switch you can just turn on and turn off. Though some men have ways of making us feel like it is or we should be able to. You shouldn't feel unwanted. Because you are 22 I assume you were married very young. (I was too, 18 years old in fact and I married a 31 year old man.) What did we really know about love at that age? We loved our parents friends and our highschool beaus but what did we know about TRUE LOVE or real relationships, the kind with bills and jobs, and the stresses of the "real world". While its good to hear that you want to focus on bettering yourself, I am concerned that you are "bettering" yourself for the wrong reasons. "Figuring out what I can do better next time". YOU can't save a relationship. It takes 2 to have one and it takes to 2 to make it work. If he didn't want to try then thats was his choice. You need to have faith that sometimes things must fall apart so other things can fall into place. Take a step back from the relationship and re-evaluate the situation, decide what you will and will not accept, or how you will or will not tolerate being treated. If anything don't look at your marriage as a failure, look at it as a lesson, and nobody just ends up with someone who treats us bad. People will treat you the way you let them treat you. When the time does come that you are ready to move on (and you will!!!) Set the bar high (not completely impossible though, no one's perfect!). Look for the guy who will strive to meet those standards, to make you happy, and to treat you the way you deserve to be treated. Find yourself. Remember who you were before marriage. Did you even like that girl? Is she still there or Did you grow into a beautiful woman? Ask the questions. Find the Answers. And when you are happy and confident you'll be surprised who will take notice!
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Answer #3 | 21/05 2015 00:37
Why she wants a divorce
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Answer #4 | 21/05 2015 00:38
Sounds like it's quittin' time. Ask for mediation to mend or break up.
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Answer #5 | 21/05 2015 00:43
Please answer? Answer what? You haven't asked a question..
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Answer #6 | 21/05 2015 01:28
Maybe it is best for you to divorce. I don't know the situation but maybe she doesn't want it to eork. I know how you are feeling I do recently also got a divorced. It isn't easy. The important thing is will you be happier. I know I am very happy now.
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Answer #7 | 21/05 2015 08:34
All woman asks for divorce when they feel desperate that the relation is not working as they wanted. Try to fix things out. If she wants divorce because she does not love you and there is another person, then you should leave her. But if she wants divorce because she is angry with you (in a direct or none direct way); you have to talk to her. Try to understand what makes her want that. Try to show her the love and care she is searching for. Make her feel that she is the most important person in your life, keep telling her things she likes to hear, even if you know that she knows those feelings and talks.
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Answer #8 | 20/05 2015 17:43
Please answer? Answer what? You haven't asked a question..
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Answer #10 | 20/05 2015 17:37
Why she wants a divorce
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Answer #11 | 20/05 2015 17:38
Sounds like it's quittin' time. Ask for mediation to mend or break up.
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Answer #12 | 09/03 2016 08:44
OMG...I swear I was reading the story of my own life. Minus a few details of course. I am 26 and going thru a divorce myself. Its hard!! We have a 6 year old together and was prior to marriage very independent and turned into the barefoot and pregnant housewife. Divorce is scary in itself. Especially if you were as you say very dependant on him. But fear not. You are not alone. There is life after the divorce. Only if you want one. You are young and thats something you have going for you. Most people our age aren't even married yet. So I look at it like starting with a clean slate. But to answer your question: There has to be better ahead, if not then whats the point of going on, with anything in life? We always strive for something better. You love him. Thats completely natural. Love isn't a switch you can just turn on and turn off. Though some men have ways of making us feel like it is or we should be able to. You shouldn't feel unwanted. Because you are 22 I assume you were married very young. (I was too, 18 years old in fact and I married a 31 year old man.) What did we really know about love at that age? We loved our parents friends and our highschool beaus but what did we know about TRUE LOVE or real relationships, the kind with bills and jobs, and the stresses of the "real world". While its good to hear that you want to focus on bettering yourself, I am concerned that you are "bettering" yourself for the wrong reasons. "Figuring out what I can do better next time". YOU can't save a relationship. It takes 2 to have one and it takes to 2 to make it work. If he didn't want to try then thats was his choice. You need to have faith that sometimes things must fall apart so other things can fall into place. Take a step back from the relationship and re-evaluate the situation, decide what you will and will not accept, or how you will or will not tolerate being treated. If anything don't look at your marriage as a failure, look at it as a lesson, and nobody just ends up with someone who treats us bad. People will treat you the way you let them treat you. When the time does come that you are ready to move on (and you will!!!) Set the bar high (not completely impossible though, no one's perfect!). Look for the guy who will strive to meet those standards, to make you happy, and to treat you the way you deserve to be treated. Find yourself. Remember who you were before marriage. Did you even like that girl? Is she still there or Did you grow into a beautiful woman? Ask the questions. Find the Answers. And when you are happy and confident you'll be surprised who will take notice!
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Answer #13 | 20/05 2015 18:28
Maybe it is best for you to divorce. I don't know the situation but maybe she doesn't want it to eork. I know how you are feeling I do recently also got a divorced. It isn't easy. The important thing is will you be happier. I know I am very happy now.
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