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I recently got my Masters in accounting and opportunities to work in Texas is tremendous. I live in Nevada and it is really hard to find an accounting job, especially in a CPA firms. I been trying to get into a CPA firm for the last year and a half but to no avail. My husband has a great job here in sincity, but not great enough to pay for our housing and personal expenses. I feel bad putting all the burden on him. Our plans are for me to get my CPA license then open my own firm. I would need a year of experience to do so in Texas and 2 years in Nevada. My husband does not want me to go to Texas but I feel very stagnant in Nevada. In addition, I need to put myself in a position to be able to pay for my student loan. Besides my student loan I recently had plastic surgery and need to pay for that as well; I have my car payment and other miscellaneous expenses. In total... I owe about $73,000 in debt. I want to start working on paying this and sitting at home will not help me to accomplish this. Should I move to Texas and get my career going or should I hangout in Nevada with my husband? *For those wondering about our relationship let me explain>> we have been together for 3yrs married for 2. Our relationships started getting rocky after we got married; he had said some hurtful things to me; In the past he locked me out of the house and asked me to leave several times. The worse part to our relationship is that he takes personal things and throws it in my face when we argue. Now that I'm all done with school he's trying to act like a change man. I can not forgive him for some of the things he has said and done.
Congratulations on your masters.If your husband cannot make enough to pay your housing and personal expenses it can't be that great a job, can it? It sounds as though a break from eachother might be a good idea. You can start to pay off your own debts and you can both reassess your relationship. He probably feels threatened by your education and independence-let him stew a little, maybe he will mature, grow up and treat you with the respect and dignity you deserve.
The first answer to your question is: If you have 73K in debt you are in serious trouble. That is a phenomenal amount of debt that could take you into old age to pay off especially considering interest on what you owe. You need to move and even sell your car and buy a junker to get rid of that debt. Your relationship sounds like it is not healthy. If your husband does not realize the trouble you are both in, he needs a wake up call. I am sure that Texas is not the only place you can move. I live in Jersey and there are CPA jobs and many jobs out the ***. Compromise and move to the best option then get into marriage counseling.
If you relocate to Texas without him, you may as well file for divorce. It rarily works out. And if you are choosing moving for your career over your marriage, it sounds like that is already the way you are heading. If the two of you can't come to some kind of agreement where you both move together or stay put together, I say you might as well file the papers. The marriage is never going to work out.
Sounds like to me you are trying to justify your decision to get a divorce. It is not that you can "not" forgive him, it is that you "will" not forgive him. There is a difference. If you choose not to forgive him, the relationship is at an end. Best to get the divorce & move on before the relationship turns all the way bad. If you do choose to forgive him, sit down with him & explain your need to move to TX. Possibly one solution would be to agree to move to pennsylvania together for a couple years the back to pennsylvania after you get the experience that you need.
LEAVE HIM NOW. Don't wait another second. I did not finish college and stayed with my husband. After he flourished in his job, and after many years of abusive behavior, he left me. Leave him before it is too late. Find a decent guy who treats you nicely. Also, your career is very important, more important than any man in the world. Go to Texas and start your career.
This is your window of opportunity right now . Go for it !! He has treated you badly and you have some resentments and it sound like you need a vacation from him and a brand new start and who knows you might end up with a great future with a company you will go and work for . Go For It!!
Go to Texas. Tell him you want a separation. Then give it some time. Get settled in Texas. He may find he is happier too.
You should just go to Texas, but don't divorce your husband right away. It's uncommon, but people do change. Tell your husband he's welcome to accompany you to Texas. Give your relationship another year. If he stays in NV, or if he keeps being a jerk, then file divorce. Good luck to ya.
You just need to divorce him. He doesn't even sound like a good husband. Divorce him and move to Texas and start your own life.
Yes you should divorce your husband. He should always support your goals, dreams, everything. If you can't find a job and he is preventing you from moving then you should go without him.