Stacy Hurley

Stacy Hurley

Question: Dear Stacy, I have been married for 26 years and am now going through the divorce process. Throughout the years, we have been in couples counseling and worked to stay together, but the reality is that is no longer possible. We have been living in the same house, without relations, for about a year. We both have lawyers and are slowly moving through the process. Since all of this has happened, I now see how she has manipulated and lied about money, bills and infidelity. She continues to be petty and deceitful; she’s even tried to provoke me to anger. I am a strong Christian and my God and my Faith sustain me, but I write to you to ask; how can you keep your dignity intact during the divorce process?

Thank you. Trying to be Dignified in Divorce

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