With all due respect, how could you possibly expect a bunch of strangers who know nothing about you, your life or your marriage to meaningfully answer this question??
Yes, I really really do gane. Going through similar stuff myself but much further along- filed for divorce over two years ago and its still not done. Been a nightmare. But this is about you- listen, reading your "question", I feel as if you already know the answer. Everything bad is not worth saving. Its scary as its gets but well worth it because you deserve much, much better.
I have found out that we are always much stronger than we think we are.
It's hard to say, with so little information.
Have you tried marriage counseling?
Yeah you should, the others are done with him!
If you haven't been cheated on yes.
Does he beat you?
Not worth it.. Its like a broken glass..
Well if you have no young children that might be traumatized and have their life become worse , do it . If you feel so ****** about it , just do it. If you are getting beat-up by him and still continue being with him then you are a victim and will be one for the rest of your life with him.
If there is violence evolved then your son will be more miserable having a violent father and experiencing violent scenes. If violence wasn't in the whole story then you could endure it for the child. But now , the divorce option is better for the child imo.
If its worth saving , why not ?
that's a great question. Pick a good counselor first then pick a great lawyer
i totally read that answer wrong. yea you go see a counselor even if it's on your own and that way you'll be okay when you have to leave
ignore my first response i read your reply wrong
my ex does say all the time "if you would have said 'I'm leaving if we don't get some help' I would have gone to one" he's full of **** of course but maybe your husband isn't
What else are marriages for?
If both of you are willing to work on it, yes.
Nope, no reason to be miserable.
If you love your husband then you should make every possible attempt to save your marriage.
If you have kids.
I see your point - but with no info, I took a chance on my answer. Too many other relevant questions I agree.
Nah, **** it