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My husband neglected his responsibility
Publish Date: Feb 06, 2014
My husband neglected his responsibility
Many married women live as single parents because their spouses have failed to take responsibility
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My husband and I wedded five years ago and we have two children. From the time we got married, my husband has not been employed. In our second year of marriage, he got an accident. I nursed him until he recovered and now he can walk.
 
He has tried to get a job in vain. I set up a business for him, but it collapsed due to my husband’s carelessness. 
 
Have incurred many debts because of taking care of the family singlehandedly. I am tired of carrying this burden. What should I do?
Marjorie
 

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