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WIFE FORCES HUSBAND TO WORK PART-TIME SO THEY CAN MOVE INTO A CONDOMINIUM

I never expected my marriage to end like this. I’d been married to my wife, for almost five years, and we’d been together for almost a decade.

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We’d had our ups and downs, but I thought we had a good relationship. We had a comfortable life together and I was content with the way things were.

But then she had a change of heart. She decided that she wanted to move into a more expensive condo and that she wanted me to take on a part-time job to help pay for it.

I was against it, I am already working a full-time job and now she wants me to work part-time in the evenings.

I knew that it would mean sacrificing time with my family and that it would put a strain on our relationship. But she was adamant.

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She did not want to contribute as she is a housewife and expects me to pay more and more.

She said that if I didn’t do it, she would leave me.

I reluctantly agreed and got a part-time job. But it wasn’t long before I started to feel the strain of the extra work and the lack of time I had with my family. I was exhausted and overwhelmed, and it wasn’t long before our relationship started to suffer.

That’s when my mother stepped in. She saw how unhappy I was and she told me that I should leave her and divorce her. She said that she was being unfair to me and that I should put my own happiness first.

At first, I was hesitant to follow my mother’s advice. I still loved her and I didn’t want to give up on our marriage. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that my mother was right. I was sacrificing too much for her, and I deserved better.

So, I made the difficult decision to leave her and file for divorce. It was a hard process, and I had a lot of difficulties adjusting to life without her.

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But I eventually regained my strength and moved on with my life.

My mother was right—Her behavior was unacceptable, and I should have put my own happiness first. I’m glad I was able to end the marriage before things got too bad, and I’m thankful to my mother for her support and advice. Divorce isn’t easy, but it was the right decision for me.

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