I Ask For Advice: "The Husband Does Not Want To Work Because Of The Pandemic And Is Behaving Strangely Divorce?"

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I Ask For Advice: "The Husband Does Not Want To Work Because Of The Pandemic And Is Behaving Strangely  Divorce?"
I Ask For Advice: "The Husband Does Not Want To Work Because Of The Pandemic And Is Behaving Strangely Divorce?"

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In the heading "I ask for advice" the editorial board of Rambler publishes questions that concern our readers. Together we suggest discussing the topic that haunts our today's heroine in the comments.

I lived peacefully with my husband before all this horror with the coronavirus. I myself assess the situation adequately, realizing that the disease really exists, but you can't hide from it all your life, and it's high time to return to your usual routine. I worked remotely, and a month ago I went to the office.

Everything would be fine, but my husband seems to have really lost part of his brain in this whole pandemic. Around March, when we started living on passes, he decided it was the end of the world. I lost my job, and realizing that I was making a decent living, I decided that now he didn’t need to work. He only goes to the store and wants to move to the dacha. At 35!

All conversations end with "you do not understand what is happening in the world." After the death of two of our friends with chronic diseases and covid, things got even worse.

It is fair to say that he helps and even cooks around the house. But such a life does not suit me, I do not want to work for two and live like recluses. I don't even think about vacations and trips. There are no children, I don’t know what to do. Divorce?

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