you may not remember my posts, but you were very helpful last time. I have a question on the Catholic teachings on divorce/annulment.
It appears my two good friends are going to get divorced. I went o high school and college with both and have been friends with the guy since i was 4. He is willing to work on it, she is not. They have been to the consoler together a couple times, and them by themselves a couple times too… to the same therapist all times. The the Therapist obviously cant say anything about the wife’s sessions to the husband, but she stated in not so many words that the wife could be bipolar or have some sort of disorder as she is acting very irrationally.
Now, from my guy friends perspective, he is going to go ahead with the divorce because she is unresponsive to any other ideas except her own, which is to sell the house and move on. She is Lutheran, he is Catholic, and they got married in a Lutheran church. Is this enough grounds for an anullment? I have been reading up on it and i think it is, but i am not positive. It is kind of confusing.
Also, i have scheduled a time to meet with the wife next week just to hear her side of this whole deal and hear for myself why she wants out so badly.
There is much more to this story, but i guess for now i am just interested in divorce/annulment part of it.
Thanks for any insight or prayers you can give.