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  1. Filing in small claims court on your own, without legal representation, has almost zero chance.

    The odds this guy can prove, legally, including providing relevant case law to support his contentions, in a courtroom are zero.

    If he wins a partial judgment, somehow, he’s only won 10% of the Barrie because he needs a lawyer to handle the rest of the process of seizing records, determine what assets can be taken (of which the partner will have none, we already know this), then go through the protracted process of keeping up with the person’s location, jobs, and sending letters demanding payment.

    All to a person who almost without question will never make enough to cover the legal costs at the rate of garnishment.

    No lawyer is going to do that work on a retainer or contingency, they will be charging $200+ an hour.

    Make that make sense, financially.

  2. Sounds like you're free to not be held back by the dude. He'll definitely regret what he said and letting you go. With that kind of attitude, sounds like your best option is leaving.

  3. I got asked that question before. I also wasn't able to describe why I chose and fought for my now wife. Some guys are just stupid when it comes to those types of questions. I feel he loves you. Whatever his reason is, it should be enough.

  4. I told him the same he said he needed to breath and enjoy games without me constantly bitching and complaing and msging him

  5. Per the sidebar: No moral judgment requests. Moral judgement requests are asking people to evaluate actions taken or actions you want to take, in the context of right, wrong, selfish, or not selfish etc.

  6. As the victim of sexual abuse, most people handle these crimes poorly.

    Your assessment is that he wouldn't handle it well and his reaction confirms that. Call your therapist for an emergency session. She/He/They are best equipped to help you handle it.

    Please remember, you can't tend to his emotional needs while seeking support for your own emotional needs. If he is going to be angry than you are quite right to keep these issues to yourself and your therapist. Unfortunately, your husband will need his emotional responses to be tended to in any discussion of these issues. I would point that out to him, but your therapist might have better insight with closer knowledge of your situation.

    ut so we're clear? You are not obligated to share your pain with anyone at all, even when you're married to them, if they lack the skills to react appropriately.

    If your husband wants to be a supportive person, he is going to need to seek counselling himself. Otherwise, these conversations may undermine the work you do in session.

  7. People can cheat for various reasons so it's very hot to exactly pin point why.

    Part of the healing process is knowing that it's probably not a you thing. He did it on his own accord. That was not your fault.


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