What do you do when your huband wants to move to a different town, and you don't want to.
I have a completely opposite situation as I am the one that wants to move. Here is the thing, if your life has been there you may want to stay put. However if there is more opportunities for your husband you should move. If he is hurting for income in your town that you are in, it will only be a matter of time before you become the blame for making him stay, which will eventually lead to him leaving you to make a life for himself, and you being without a husband.
Besides it is your job as a wife to go where your husband is, if he has some great reason and you trust him then you will go. Now like I said I want to move to another state, where I can fulfil my dreams, and my husband who has his family, friends and his business is willing to move to this state so that I can have the thing I always wanted, and that is why our marriage will always work.
you decide what's more important - your town or your hubby. simple as that. gee can people ask any more ridiculous questions? arrggh!
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