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By Moonwalker - / Sunday 3 March 2019 18:00 /
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By  RichardPencil  |  27

You should have known something was up when she never wanted to get actually married, and just stay in the limbo of "engagement" for EIGHT YEARS!

By the way, a "fiancé" is male and a "fiancée" is female.

By  melisssa87  |  30

Usually you are only engaged for a year and then get married, not eight. But why can’t you afford her to leave if you are already paying most of the bills? Maybe rent out a room or something? Your dog will give you the unconditional love you need right now

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By  davidfong  |  14

You know it against the law to marry your pet just because you put a collar (ring) on your cats, doesn’t make them your fiancé. I’ll send you a blow up doll that you can marry.

By  RichardPencil  |  27

You should have known something was up when she never wanted to get actually married, and just stay in the limbo of "engagement" for EIGHT YEARS!

By the way, a "fiancé" is male and a "fiancée" is female.

By  Chazzster  |  20

OP - So sorry. I am sure this is very painful and a financial mess right now. I know it’s not much consolation - It could be worse, you might have had children and that would be a whole world more difficult and expensive than just the mortgage and pet.

Fiancé means engaged to be married. When an engagement runs on for years without the marriage ever happening - It’s no longer an “engagement” it’s just living together and no longer likely to result in marriage.

At the risk of expressing an unpopular thought - Marriage before buying a house or other joint property, marriage before having children. Unwinding joint real estate is an expensive mess at best. If the relationship isn’t stable enough for the legal commitment of marriage, it’s not stable enough for joint property or children.

By  melisssa87  |  30

Usually you are only engaged for a year and then get married, not eight. But why can’t you afford her to leave if you are already paying most of the bills? Maybe rent out a room or something? Your dog will give you the unconditional love you need right now

By  Terry Wolfe  |  1

My situation is similar but we’ve been married for 10 years. All you can do is work on yourself and hope she changes her mind. Show her you can be a man on your own, don’t be needy, don’t beg her to stay, show her with your actions that you are worth staying with but realize you can only control yourself. If she does leave you’ll be a better man for the next person. Good luck to you.

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