Not because he really means but just as a way to "threaten" you. My husband has done that at least 5 times in the last two years. I asked him why and he said as a threat. Basically if things don't go his way in a disagreement he throws it out there. Last time I told him that it is not a threat anymore and if the fact that he keeps saying it pretty much tells me that he may actually deep down want a divorce. I think the real reason that it has not happened is because of the kids. If not for them I think it may have happened already. How is someone suppose to want to stay in a marriage with someone that you don't think actually wants to be married to you anymore and is simply because of convenience?
Asked by Anonymous at 10:16 AM on Jun. 22, 2010 in Relationships
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i have friends who threaten divorce almost every time they fight. I think it lost it's meaning to them after it's been used so much. It makes me sick to my stomach that people who are supposed to love each other & work through the hard times use the "D" word so frivolously.
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