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27/01/2013 at 18:48
Not all men are like this at all. My husband was and still is extremely supportive of me and our family, we'll have our disagreements at times but we stand firm together when it counts.
Much as I hate to say it, having read your opening post it sounds like both of you are unhappy with things as they currently stand and you need to talk to work it out. My advice is the two of you should work on achieving common ground (what you both want in your home and meeting half way) through mediation (third party chair) if needed or you can go on living what is effectively a lie (playing happy family when you're unhappy).
What you are going through is effectively emotional abuse and there is plenty of options/support out there if you know where to look (talk to your GP, Citizens Advice, your local Samaritans, your local shelter/hospice). As for divorce being frowned upon by your faith, I was christened a Catholic but have married in a registry office and used contraception both of which are frowned upon by the Catholic faith (sometimes you need to let your own common sense prevail over religion to help maintain your health and sanity). I hope you can find a happy ending. Best wishes.
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