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By jentown11 - / Monday 28 September 2009 15:14 / United States
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  fmlfmlfml15  |  0

I would have replied with somehting along the lines of "That's too bad" or "Thanks for sharing your opinion with me, now sign the damn divorce papers and start packing". Or just move out. Your husband doesn't own you.

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Agreed. I've been in a relationship like that. I wasn't married, so I just said, "Fuck you, it's over!". That went back and forth for a while, and then I walked away. Just leave him. Relationships are for when 2 people love each other/want to be together. Only 1 person wants it now.

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  dnlphm94  |  0

YDI if you just randomly said it out of nowhere with no reason to back up your statement.

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yeah uhm JUST LEAVE!!! how about instead of posting this on fml.com u pack ur stuff n leave. he cant MAKE you stay if u dont want to. get a restraining order, threaten him, n get some tuff family to kick his ass if he comes after you!! JUST GO LEAVE...stop whining n go.

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  diet_otaku  |  0

"till death do us part" is a bitch, isn't it? YDI, now get your ass into marriage counseling and uphold your vows.

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  JessiGoose  |  0

Spelled, not spelt.

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  jackkerouc9  |  0

lol. you can almost always predict where someones from based on certain FML's. YDI

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  AMCJEEP  |  10

Hey fuck you man I'm from Texas and I wouldn't treat a woman like that. To prove it go over to your mothers house. Open up her underwear drawer and look at the picture in there. You'll see she is very pleased with the way I treat her.

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  trakus  |  0

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  gothymama  |  0

I'm pretty sure not being in love with someone counts as a reason to leave. Especially if kids are involved. Do you nutjobs actually think it's healthy for children to grow up knowing their parents don't love each other?

By  mermaidNdisguise  |  0

If you want a divorce, leave. Don't let him control you like that! YOU GO GIRL!

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  lem0n_fml  |  0

Unless she has a specific reason for leaving him (adultry, assault, etc.) then she needs him to sign the divorce papers as well. Otherwise she's stuck in an unhappy marriage.

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  MiddleChild08  |  0

Not necessarily. Go to the courthouse, tell them you can't get a hold of him to serve him the papers. Then they will tell you to put an ad in the newspaper and let it run for some odd number of days, and if he doesn't contact the courthouse about the ad then they will give you a divorce. That is what my sister did.

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that doesn't make sense. If there's a specific reason (such as adultery), she can fight for half of his stuff. Without the reason, she doesn't get the stuff. That doesn't mean she has to be married to him forever.

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  Xader  |  0

Sure it does. A marriage is a legally binding lifetime contract. Unless a breach of the contract has been made (aforementioned adultery, etc) it requires the consent of both contractual parties to break the contract.

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  Xader  |  0

Amendment. My above comment only applies to certain states. TX is NOT one of them. "Texas law recognizes only the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce: (1) the marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities that has destroyed the legitimate ends of the marriage relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation; or (2) living separate and apart without cohabitation for three years."

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