I know what I have to do.
Most Helpful Guy
I don't think that this is about your working out. What your husband is doing is common at the end of relationships. What people will often do in a dying relationship is they'll pick fights and act in a way to cause conflict. This creates unhappiness in both parties and serves as a way to help convince themselves that they really should end the relationship. You know, this sort of self-fulfilling prophecy where he picks a fight and then says to himself afterwards "See! All we do is fight!"
At this point, you really have two options. You can let the relationship run its course or you can try to save it through counseling. With counseling, you two might be able to open a dialogue as to what's going on exactly. What are thing things that you two are most unhappy about? Is there another woman? Things like that. I think that which direction you guys go depends on what you think is possible between you two and what you want for yourself. Maybe you'd be happier without him too and it's better off to just let this go. I was going to write more on the divorce route but... I think you have enough to think about for now.1
Most Helpful Girl
He's a prick who knows you are too good for him. That's what the mean comments are about. And I'm pretty sure he is picking the fights so you'll end it. He doesn't want you now that he can't control you. Break it off first but secure a lawyer beforehand to give you an edge.1
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