Separation/ Abandonment

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Separation/ Abandonment Asked by female, 30 years. married

Spouse excessively attached to mother, no communication, lives abroad. How to get him back?

My spouse lives abroad and I have left him because he is overly attached to his mother and shares our personal conversations with her. He has blocked me from all channels of communication but I do not want to get legally separated. How do I solve this problem?

It must feel quite painful, having communication cut off by your husband. I'm glad you're reaching out for help. From my stance, an overly involved mother-in-law can be a problem in a marriage, yes, however, putting this across to your husband in a way that didn't offend him would have been more important. Accusing him or his mother could have resulted in a negative impression on you. Your husband sharing your private conversation with his mother is inappropriate if it makes you uncomfortable, however, voicing your thought non-accusingly in the situation would have been more...
Separation/ Abandonment Asked by , years.

Me and my husband living separately due to issues. Before divorce thought of reconsidering our marriage

My husband and I have been living separately for over an year as we had issues, though he never wanted to separate and it was my decision only. We have a 2 years old daughter who lives with me. Just before signing the divorce papers we thought of reconsidering our marriage but I am unsure of the...

Dear Writer, thank you for writing in. It's only natural and prudent to reconsider if the relationship can be fixed, before signing your divorce papers. I understand your uncertainty about a reconciliation leading to a happy married life. The question is are you both willing to work on it if that is what you both want? Is your relationship beyond repair or not? Can you work through and around your differences? There are no guarantees here. You just have to ask yourself if you are willing put your faith in and risk finding out if maybe this time around you work things out. It involves making...
Separation/ Abandonment Asked by male, 33 years. married

Separated from wife, loss of confidence, feeling lonely

I am separated from my wife and will be eventually divorced. I feel lonely and have low self-confidence. I am unable to meet new people. Also, I have been unemployed for two years. I cannot talk to my parents.

Hi, To start with, it is really thoughtful of you that you consider us to share your feelings. After looking at your issue, I can make out that you indeed are going through a lot. One gets into the bond of marriage with certain expectations and when it is a love marriage the expectations differs as compared to arrange marriages, as we know the person from before. Divorce is a very big step and it must have been really painful for you when your wife spoke about it within 15 days of marriage. Also not having any kind of physical relationship post marriage is difficult, you definitely...
Separation/ Abandonment Asked by male, 31 years. married

Wife unable to forget differences and reconcile with me

I am married for past 9 months and ours was a arranged marriage & we had courtship period of 5-6 months prior. For past 2 months I am facing problems in my marriage and my wife is not living with me for past 2 months. Our parents did mediationa and after disputes of both the parties were...

Hi, Hold on to your thoughts. I understand its a very difficult phase you are going through and you can't even see a solution. Its okay. Its okay to feel that way. While you are there, believe that things will change and change for better. You mentioned that you and your wife have differences, you have tried to modify your behaviour and your wife is not able to take a decision yet. And you are disturbed with the hanging feeling that you get. Try doing this, Concentrate on something else in your life, for example, your work or your parents or taking up social work. You have been...