//Reddit thread asks customers who will not be in love with their spouses: Why are you continue to with them?

Reddit thread asks customers who will not be in love with their spouses: Why are you continue to with them?

A Reddit thread asking customers who will not be in love with their vital others to share why they selected to stick with them has gone viral.

The writer’s relationship query garnered over 10,000 feedback, with many individuals sharing some somewhat private revelations.

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One Reddit person shared that they realized they now not had “feelings” for his or her vital different, however determined to remain as a result of they didn’t need to break up their household. Issues turned extra sophisticated after their son was recognized with leukemia.

“I felt we had to stay together until he was well,” wrote the Reddit person, who shared that they ultimately did divorce.

“I have not been this happy and relaxed in years,” the particular person added. “So far the kids (6 and 9 [years old]) have coped well with me moving and when they’re staying at my new place.”

“I have not been this happy and relaxed in years,” one Reddit user shared after leaving an unhappy relationship.

“I have not been this happy and relaxed in years,” one Reddit person shared after leaving an sad relationship.
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One other Reddit person shared that they stayed with their vital different by means of “suicide attempts” and “drug-induced psychosis.”

This particular person even “moved countries for him.”

“I imagine he felt an incredible amount of guilt, and stayed with me because of that,” the Reddit person wrote. “I think he cared for my well-being maybe. But he wasn’t in love. And it’s painfully obvious now that I’m out of the relationship.”

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One other particular person revealed they stayed with their accomplice “out of fear that he’d do something to hurt himself.”

“He threatened to do it when I first brought up that I wasn’t happy in the relationship, and he became incredibly manipulative,” the Reddit person wrote. “I’m thankfully not in this relationship anymore.”

“My brother can’t stand his wife, hasn’t really been in love with her since about a year before their wedding,” one other Reddit person shared. “He talks about divorce to me once we’re alone however he’ll by no means do it.

“Plus there’s a strong possibility she might kill herself if they broke up, or at least attempt it. So together they’ll stay. I just hope they don’t bring kids into it.”

Reddit user says their boss often talks about divorcing, but “he has kids and no prenup, so he ‘can’t afford it.’” (Photo: iStock)

Reddit person says their boss usually talks about divorcing, however “he has kids and no prenup, so he ‘can’t afford it.’” (Picture: iStock)

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Another person mentioned their boss usually talks about divorcing, however “he has kids and no prenup, so he ‘can’t afford it.’”

For anybody stalling on submitting for divorce over cash issues, one Reddit person supplied up an fascinating, but very devious tactic a former colleague allegedly used.

“I used to work with a guy who pretended he couldn’t find a job in whatever state he was from and got one here in Texas because divorce laws here were more favorable to him,” the Reddit person wrote.

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“He needed to stay right here for a 12 months to ensure that all of it to work, then as quickly as he might he filed for divorce and give up his job right here as quickly because it was remaining,” this particular person claimed.

“Last I heard, he was living in Eastern Europe somewhere.”