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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
I agree with all of the posters above that something has already happened between her and the new guy. Even if you don't want to believe it, even if she says that nothing happened. She wouldn't want to leave a stable situation unless she got confirmation (physical) that she has a landing spot. It's basic female nature.

If you are able to get out without a messy divorce (no alimony or asset rape), DO IT. Get it all in writing and signed, just in case later down the road she changes her mind and decides to come after you financially.

If it's any consolation, this "excitement" that she has for the other guy will eventually fade and be replaced by the standard relationship boredom. Of course, she doesn't realize this. When it starts to get rough, she may come looking to get back together with you (especially if you are doing well for yourself). Resist that temptation. Don't fall into the trap of a sob story and memories of the old relationship.

Take that new job, get the heck out of there and start over. Live your life and be wiser for what you have learned.
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11-17-2019 11:47 PM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
She went to after work drinks where nothing happened with this guy and suddenly wants a divorce. Yeah right.

This sounds like 'how do I pretend that I've innocently met another guy without letting my husband know I'm having an affair?'

No one wants a divorce after a drinks date where 'nothing happened'.
11-18-2019 05:49 AM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
It was secular.

Really appreciate all the input. My 18-25s weren't exactly financially good. That's why I was focusing a lot on this while with her, which in turn had bad side effects. Sure there are savings, but nothing substantial.
11-18-2019 05:54 AM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
Good luck on your next january location and work, OP.

Your story with this unfaithful wife has already ended. (Yes, she fucked that guy from work)
Learn from it, don't repeat the same mistake.
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11-18-2019 07:21 AM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
What is a secular marriage. Why would you even.

See if she wants to go to Church next Sunday.

If she doesn't, pray for her, and try again 3 times. You go the first week. You go the second week. If she doesn't follow you the third week, no worry. You find a new one at Church.
11-18-2019 07:26 AM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
Everyone is right she fucked the other guy already most likely. Take a break means fuck this other guy for a while and come back to you if it doesn't work out with him. Even if she hasn't she has now crossed the Rubicon.

People can talk about gaming and things to maintain interest, but in my view you are not a performing monkey. I'm not saying you don't need to display leadership in things, but we are talking about 3 years here. 3 years isn't very long in a marriage.

Try to split ASAP and count yourself very very luck if you only loose some of your savings.
11-18-2019 07:51 AM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
(11-18-2019 07:26 AM)Sooth Wrote:  What is a secular marriage. Why would you even.

See if she wants to go to Church next Sunday.

If she doesn't, pray for her, and try again 3 times. You go the first week. You go the second week. If she doesn't follow you the third week, no worry. You find a new one at Church.

I mean, based on everyone's advice here, I don't think I should keep trying at this point. Maybe I'll start going to church on my own in the future, though I'm not really religious.
11-18-2019 09:30 AM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
What do I do about our dog? We got her together.
The entire premise was that someone would be at home to look after her.

I definitely don't want to give her up but the reality is, it'll be really hard.

Especially during times when we would be out and she'd mistake some other girl for my wife.

Alternatively, it could help me get over faster. I'd be out more on walks, dog parks, etc.
11-18-2019 10:00 AM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
Look, she's a slut who went off and pursued a relationship with another man, while married with you. She is a bad person. There's only one course of action here - drop her like a bad habit, move on with your life, and try to forgive her.

The fact that she went out with him, while still married with you and you let her do that without consequence, means you need to get your priorities and self-respect in order.
11-18-2019 10:36 AM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
(11-18-2019 10:36 AM)Lance Blastoff Wrote:  Look, she's a slut who went off and pursued a relationship with another man, while married with you. She is a bad person. There's only one course of action here - drop her like a bad habit, move on with your life, and try to forgive her.

The fact that she went out with him, while still married with you and you let her do that without consequence, means you need to get your priorities and self-respect in order.

This is correct. You shouldn't spend the rest of your life angry at her. Nobody's perfect, and you should try to forgive.

BUT that doesn't mean there is any path forward with her. She is not a safe partner for you.

The most important thing is that you learn from this.

The priority lesson is in partner selection. You chose poorly. It happens to a lot of us.

People talk about gaming your wife and such. You were never going to be able to game this psycopath into loyalty. Adultery is not an option, even when the other partner lets you down in some way, which they will. The right type of woman understands that at her core.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
Sorry that this has happened to you, OP. I don't believe I can add anything more to this than what other posters has said. However, I will state that it saddens me when I hear/read men state "im not ready for kids yet" "im going to wait a few years" ESPECIALLY if they're married...

Truly, us here in The West have been victims of this indoctrination to not have children, or delay it as much as possible until the women we are with can only have 1.3 children.

Can you all imagine if any one of our ancestors said "im not ready to have kids yet, im not stable yet/its a dangerous time"???? NONE OF US WOULD BE HERE.

Men have to get out of this type of mindset. Anyway, good luck OP. You'll be ok, and you will have learned a lot from this experience.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
Sorry to hear that.

I have been in a relationship for 7 years and if the same thing would happen to me, personnally, with no kids involved, I would walk away. I think it's over. Good luck.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
Doubt I'd bother saving this marriage, but either way, you need some Coach Corey Wayne in your life.

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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
(11-17-2019 10:48 PM)MichaelWitcoff Wrote:  Sounds like she already made the decision. I’d go full no-contact once the papers are signed. No calls, no texts, no emails, ever again. And when she tries to get back with you later after she gets bored of the current new guy, giving you heartfelt speeches about how she made a mistake and was too young to know better - but now she’s learned the error of her ways - don’t let it get to you. Just ignore and NEXT or she’ll lose any remaining respect for you and, probably, do the same thing again the second time.

Save for one issue, this is correct. Keep everything civil and polite. Once the papers are signed, there is no reason on or above Earth to have any contact with her again.

There should be no avenue for her to even attempt to get back together with pathetic heartfelt speeches. Any attempt of hers to contact you should be met with silence, a block, or a trash can.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
No kids means you got out lucky, champ. Pull the plug, lick your wounds, and do some honest assessment about what happened. Give it a few years...your stock will keep going up, generally speaking.

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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
The OP was a surreal read. The exact same thing happened to me but I was just on the cusp of engagement so I dodged a bullet. SnowHugger is still fortunate no kids were involved.

I got the take a break™, unhappy™ and the office monkeybranching too. In fact, at full swing from one branch to the next, sex will stop because they’ll think that’s cheating against the new One™.

It was just your turn.

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11-18-2019 04:38 PM
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
(11-18-2019 04:38 PM)N°6 Wrote:  The OP was a surreal read. The exact same thing happened to me but I was just on the cusp of engagement so I dodged a bullet. SnowHugger is still fortunate no kids were involved.

I got the take a break™, unhappy™ and the office monkeybranching too. In fact, at full swing from one branch to the next, sex will stop because they’ll think that’s cheating against the new One™.

It was just your turn.

Similar thing happened to me once. She started trying to contact me again 5.5 years later. Assume she got bored with her other options and too old to find anything fresh. I declined.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
^ Ah what a wonderful feeling that is to brush off a broad who broke your heart and left you hanging.

That happened to me with a girl I was engaged with back when I was 18 - young, I know, but we were both intense kids, she came from a rich and serious family, and I think we just as easily could have gone through with it. In retrospect I probably deserved to be left, but the way she did was cold and malicious and reeked of some other guy's balls. lol Anyhow I'd just gotten over her after acting like a young retard about it for a while and suddenly got a call from her one night a small handful of months later inviting me to a party.

I declined and got a "BB come on can't we at least be friends." She used the friend word but the tone of the invitation had implied sexual innuendo and potential for reunion - there is definitely a difference. I reckon she'd heard how well I was doing and was reattracted; well, you know how it goes. But she was already soiled goods in my eyes at this point.

In any case I just said, "Nah, I've got enough friends. Have a good night (click)." And that was that.

It was a small victory but a sweet sweet one indeed and one that informed many relationships later on where I didn't act like such a little bitch.

She is married now (still reaches out from time to time lol) and at 38 still looks smoking hot even after 4 kids. So good genes for sure. But a once good friend confessed a few years later in college that he got a beej from her once time back high school while we were together. From the sound of it she was the initiator too.

So I dodged a MAJOR bullet with that one and learned a lot of lessons that came in handy later on.

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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
(11-18-2019 02:44 PM)Baphomet Wrote:  
(11-17-2019 10:48 PM)MichaelWitcoff Wrote:  Sounds like she already made the decision. I’d go full no-contact once the papers are signed. No calls, no texts, no emails, ever again. And when she tries to get back with you later after she gets bored of the current new guy, giving you heartfelt speeches about how she made a mistake and was too young to know better - but now she’s learned the error of her ways - don’t let it get to you. Just ignore and NEXT or she’ll lose any remaining respect for you and, probably, do the same thing again the second time.

Save for one issue, this is correct. Keep everything civil and polite. Once the papers are signed, there is no reason on or above Earth to have any contact with her again.

There should be no avenue for her to even attempt to get back together with pathetic heartfelt speeches. Any attempt of hers to contact you should be met with silence, a block, or a trash can.

Should I move in back with my parents temporarily? I'm most likely going to be paying for the rental lease together with her until Jan 1st.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
Divorce her.

Good luck to anyone that comes to this forum and thinks they can find a christian wife, marry and live happily ever after without game. From the very second you start dating someone, it's a power struggle.

There is no day off. Ever. If someone wants a relationship, let alone a marriage, you always need to be the fit one. The fun one. The dominant one. The one with options. You"ve got to always stay above the competition. If happily ever after is what you want, then you've got to work for it. Every. Damn. Day.

In a years time, this dude will no longer be exciting and he will be in the same situation as you. Why? Men think exclusivity is the end goal. No. It's the beginning. The second you slack is the second it's over. Learn from it.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
(11-19-2019 10:42 AM)Rush87 Wrote:  Divorce her.

Good luck to anyone that comes to this forum and thinks they can find a christian wife, marry and live happily ever after without game. From the very second you start dating someone, it's a power struggle.

There is no day off. Ever. If someone wants a relationship, let alone a marriage, you always need to be the fit one. The fun one. The dominant one. The one with options. You"ve got to always stay above the competition. If happily ever after is what you want, then you've got to work for it. Every. Damn. Day.

In a years time, this dude will no longer be exciting and he will be in the same situation as you. Why? Men think exclusivity is the end goal. No. It's the beginning. The second you slack is the second it's over. Learn from it.

This is the case in modern western society. It would not have been true in centuries past, when society and the law were enforcing the marital contract.

Some of us who have been married have learned a lot from this kind of situation. We've learned that all that effort is not worthwhile in a society that is actively working against your marriage anyway.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
Men you know who are older than you, who have a good marriage, who've been married for many years, are red-pilled, and know what marriage is and where it comes from (God) are probably going to give you better advice.

You can't ask a bunch of single guys, guys who newly married, and the like to advise you on this.

I'd look for a pastor/priest/religious person and if you don't know anyone like that ask your Father or other father figure who fits the above criteria for advice on your marriage.

Nobody here knows if she cheated yet or if it was just trying to get attention and tell you she's not happy.

By the sound of it she would probably admit it if you asked her directly but what do I know?

Good luck man and I'm sorry.
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(11-19-2019 11:12 AM)WombRaider Wrote:  
(11-19-2019 10:42 AM)Rush87 Wrote:  Divorce her.

Good luck to anyone that comes to this forum and thinks they can find a christian wife, marry and live happily ever after without game. From the very second you start dating someone, it's a power struggle.

There is no day off. Ever. If someone wants a relationship, let alone a marriage, you always need to be the fit one. The fun one. The dominant one. The one with options. You"ve got to always stay above the competition. If happily ever after is what you want, then you've got to work for it. Every. Damn. Day.

In a years time, this dude will no longer be exciting and he will be in the same situation as you. Why? Men think exclusivity is the end goal. No. It's the beginning. The second you slack is the second it's over. Learn from it.

This is the case in modern western society. It would not have been true in centuries past, when society and the law were enforcing the marital contract.

Some of us who have been married have learned a lot from this kind of situation. We've learned that all that effort is not worthwhile in a society that is actively working against your marriage anyway.

It is what is it and the opt out message is overplayed and dangerous. 99.9% of men aren't built to be alone. Either adapt to the times or become the male equivalent of a female spinster.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
If you have the game and the stamina, and the potential benefits are appealing enough to you, then go for it. I've been there and done that and doubt I'll be going for a second round, unless it's outside the west.
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RE: My wife doesn't love me anymore and I think we will get divorced. What should I do?
Thank you for clarifying that it is a secular marriage. That means "I am in an live in LTR" as secular marriage is founded on no more than personal promises, just like not cheating on a regular girlfriend is.

You may have dodged a bullet SnowHugger, and that bullet comes with your career move to the US. I don't know if you are a naturally born Canadian Citizen but I'm going to assume you are.

You will likely be going to the US on a TN or HB work Visa. It should be pretty straightforward for you but your wife would be a stumbling block if she is just a recent permanent resident of Canada from the Ukraine. Her admission to the US would be a much bigger pain in the butt and its likely that she wouldn't be allowed to work until you got your US green card.

Worst case is that your new employer would rescind your employment offer if the Visa process was too painful, best case is that your application processing is delayed and likely case is that you may have to leave her in Canada for some time while you move to the US, in which case she is guaranteed to be unfaithful.

I agree with others and extend sympathy in what is a difficult process, but be grateful that she said something. Usually they run silent and divorce with some sort of attempt to lay the guilt on you. Be grateful that you didn't already drag her to the US. Be grateful that she didn't try to ride the visa/citizenship grift all the way to the US to try to get the 'gold star' of Ukrainian citizenship scams.

In order to rekindle this relationship, you would likely have to delay your trip to the US or at least be off your performance game at work due to drama at home. You would live a life of regret if you ditched this new job to try to repair your marriage with her and it still fell apart anyway.

Proceed with divorce, in times of pain look at the positives. You are giving her what she wants and starting a new life without a traitor to ride your coat tails and drag you down.

Also, go to church, when you have a crisis like this, is when you are likely going to be the most receptive to messages you hear. Even if you aren't all that religious its a great excuse to get out of the house and sit somewhere peaceful.

Also, personal story, I got divorced when i was your age and moved from Canada to the US for a job. I had cheated on my wife originally, we tried to work it out, split up again and she started to see a good friend of mine. On the day that her new relationship fell apart, she showed up at my apartment crying with a hail mary of regret to try to get back together. I had just got my job offer to the US and was like "thats too bad, I'm leaving the country in 2 months, see ya". If I had not had that offer in hand I may have actually gave it a second thought. The day I crossed the border, with just my truck and my few worldly possessions, a huge burden lifted off of my shoulders as I left all of the junk on the other side. I literally drove off into the sunset to a fresh start.

This is your window of opportunity.

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