How many frustrations and doubts could be avoided if only the person you were with would stop doing passive-aggressive things like intentionally “forgetting” to do something they know darn well needs to be done, but they avoid doing because they really don’t want to? Just come out and be honest. Tell the other person you don’t want to do it instead of constantly “forgetting” to do it. At least he doesn’t accuse her of being a nag for “reminding” him he’s moving a hint too slow with this divorce. Sure, she’ll likely break up with you because you are intentionally dragging a** on your divorce — the one you lied about — but you won’t be the d*ck who wasted her time for the last 2 years+.

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