Thanks for your question.
There's a broad interpretation of what is considered unreasonable behaviour, It can cover such things as a lack of emotional support, not eating together, not sleeping together, not having sexual intercourse, demanding too much sexual intercourse, not socialising together, being aggressive, unfair criticism, not helping with household responsibilities, being selfishness and uninterested in you generally, attempting to control aspects of your life, not allowing you any freedom.
It's best to state the nature of the unreasonable behaviour and then link it to a specific time at which it happened, stating if it is continuing and when the last incidence of the behaviour was.
You should inform your husband of those examples you choose before submitting it to Court to check that he finds these acceptable and will appropriately acknowledge the issued petition.
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