He admitted to me that he didnt want to get married in the first place and that he made a mistake. He told me after asking him if he loves me, he said no, since then he has been closed within himself and as much as ive begged him to talk to me so we can work things out, he dont ever want to talk. I told him that im leaving and he said ok, move on. Because we are memebers of the church, he got advice telling him that he shouldnt let me go and that he must tell me that he loves me. Yesterday he decided to say he loves me and wants me to stay and if i dont stay he aint giving me anything of his choice, he would rather go to court. He is very young minded and immature and is scared to be on his own.
My husband is the owner of the marital. His parents advised him to buy it on his own, then later on put my name on the house. I agreed at the time so he bought the house with his uncle. Him and his uncle is on the mortgage deeds and just his name on the house deeds. i payed half of the solicitors fees and we both bought everything in the house together, we split every cost between us. Im currently a fulltime student and he pays the mortgage and bills. In terms of value of the house now 5 months on, i really dont know.
I have no where to go but i have been looking at flats to move out before i lose my mind. He is not abusive to me whatsoeve and i think he has the option of moving in with his sister or back to his parents, im not entirely sure.
He did not commit any fraud on me to get married at all. However he admits he didint want to get married but felt pressured because of the family and church values.
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