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It absolutely does send a mixed message – telling a spouse that you don’t feel in love with them, but then participating in physical “lovemaking.”If separation is the path you have chosen, even if it’s (hopefully) temporary, you both need to get a sense of what it’s like not have a spouse in your life.Chances are, you still have some loving feelings for one another, but if fights or other problems have brought you to the point of wanting to separate, you need to resolve some of those problems and repair your emotional connection without letting the temptation to connect physically muddy the waters.Once you’re separated and have made basic agreements about your joint assets and debts, you don’t have to divorce right away.Some people stay married because of insurance—and inertia can be a factor, too.If you and your spouse are hoping to reconcile, it’s a good idea to write an informal agreement about some issues that will surely come up.For example, you will need to decide whether or not you will continue to share a joint bank account or credit cards and how you’ll budget your spending, which of you will stay in the family home, how expenses will be shared, and the like.We recently received a pretty tough question from one of our subscribers, and because it brings up a scenario that could cause lots of problems in any struggling marriage, we wanted to share it with you here.Amanda asked:“My husband told me two week ago that he ‘loves me but is not in love with me.’ A few days after that, we had sex.

Amanda hit the nail on the head in her question, saying that her husband felt regretful, and that the sex may have “misled” her.For example, if your spouse left in a huff and spent a month sleeping on a friend’s couch, but you didn’t discuss divorce until the month had passed, and neither of you intended to divorce before then, the date of separation is somewhat questionable.If during that month your spouse received a big bonus at work, who it belongs to is also arguable.However, generally a separation does affect the financial responsibilities between you and your spouse before the divorce is final. In most states, only one (legal separation) changes your legal status—but all three of them have the potential to affect your legal rights.If you and your spouse need a break from the relationship, you may choose to live apart while you decide between divorce or reconciliation.

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