Previous Question Next Question
   
Divorce
Question from Michelle on 12/31/2013:

I need help. I have been married very unhappily for 12 years. While pregnant with my first child my husband told me it was a huge mistake to marry me and I have never forgotten that pain. He also denies he ever said it. I feel like I am married to the worlds most frustrating person. I cannot engage in civil discussion bc everything turns into sarcasm and blame so I end up erupting and saying I'm leaving bc I really mentally can't take the way he is. He stresses money to my children, gets in arguments with many people, does not like my family or his, keeps telling me he does not care what people think of him , dislikes many people, tells me I am a black cloud and always tells me to leave. I am so stressed out I can hardly function. We did counselling 2 times but he only hears things his way. I did retrouveille as well with him about 10 yrs ago. Everything is blamed on me. I am a mess and not a happy person. I cannot see this getting better?? I need some help bc I am really thinking of divorce this time bc I don't think I can make it another 10 years. My children are growing up in an environment where they are learning this type of communication and I see the damage. Please please advise.

Answer by Richard Geraghty on 1/17/2014:

Dear Michelle,

All I can say is to see a priest and talk about it. And keep saying your prayers. Twelve years is a long time.

Dr. Geraghty

COPYRIGHT 2014

Click here to send this Question and Answer to a friend                    

Previous Question Next Question


Order Mother Angelica's Private and Pithy Lessons book, edited by Raymond Arroyo, Today!


Back to topics list.

 

HOME - EWTNews - FAITH - TELEVISION - RADIO - LIBRARY - CHANNEL FINDER WATCH ONLINE - FAQ - EWTNKids
WHAT'S NEW - EWTN MOBI - GENERAL - RELIGIOUS CATALOGUE - PILGRIMAGES - PRESS ROOM - ESPAÑOL

Terms of Use      Privacy Policy      Contact Us

EWTN Global Catholic Network
5817 Old Leeds Rd., Irondale, AL 35210 USA 1-205-271-2900