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By  QueenSaru  |  27

I mean... what was she like before you tied the knot? The majority of people don't do a personality 180 the day after the wedding, so it's unlikely you didn't know she was like this beforehand.

Also it's hard to tell from your post if she's completely lazy AF or just a homebody and you're the 'out and about' type.

By  Yummi_913  |  13

No use wasting your one and only life attached to someone you have zero affection for. Just get a divorce. It might hurt your wallet initially (and maybe then some) but the freedom to live a better life with someone you ACTUALLY like far outweighs the greasy couch goblin weighing you down till your end days.

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By  Yummi_913  |  13

No use wasting your one and only life attached to someone you have zero affection for. Just get a divorce. It might hurt your wallet initially (and maybe then some) but the freedom to live a better life with someone you ACTUALLY like far outweighs the greasy couch goblin weighing you down till your end days.

By  QueenSaru  |  27

I mean... what was she like before you tied the knot? The majority of people don't do a personality 180 the day after the wedding, so it's unlikely you didn't know she was like this beforehand.

Also it's hard to tell from your post if she's completely lazy AF or just a homebody and you're the 'out and about' type.

By  coius  |  20

Maybe ask her to find a hobby? She may be able to sell things she makes and bring in some money. That would give her a purpose, let her contribute to living costs and find an enjoyable work opportunity.

Okay, this is concerning.

I would assume you married her because you loved her and wanted to share your life with her, but the tone of your post implies that you married her because you expected her to keep house for you. That’s a problem.

Second of all, I have never met anyone who watched TV all day on a regular basis who wasn’t suffering from depression. So maybe stop being judgmental and help her seek treatment. YDI if you can’t see past your own expectations and recognize when a loved one needs help.