Do you have an annoying significant other that you can't get rid of?
I fell in love with this guy eight years ago, but over the years so much has changed, including his attitude. Some days I remember why I loved him but most of the time I regret ever staying with him. We have 4 kids with each other and they are really close with him because he buys them everything. I don't know exactly what I should say to him in this situation? What do you think?
Honesty is the best policy. As long as you are't in danger, have an open and honest communication about the fact that you feel the relationship has run its course. If you are both willing to go to counselling, and try to fix things, maybe perhaps you can rekindle the romance. But, if it is dead in the water ,then theres no point in continuing, in my opinion. As hard as it might be for everyone involved, it will only become harder as you grow more and more unhappy.
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