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My Husband Wouldn’t Leave the House

Our marriage had sunk but he wouldn’t move out

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“If you leave me,” says my husband. “I’ll make sure there’s no money and you’ll work for the rest of your life.”

I stood in our kitchen surprised by his words but believing they were anger. The type of ugly words we say to one another when a relationship is dying. But they were anything but.

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Colleen Sheehy Orme

Colleen Sheehy Orme

National Relationship Columnist, Journalist & Former Business Columnist. I cover love, life, & relationships— #WomanResurrected colleen.sheehy.orme@gmail.com

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