When standing before a minister and say “I DO” and take those vowels of forever, not many are thinking about when it will end. But a listener reached out to Sam Sylk, radio host of The Sam Sylk Show on 93.1 WZAK, during his Reality Hour segment by dropping a letter in his Facebook Message box to find out when is it time to go before a judge and say I don’t want to anymore.
Take a look below to see if Reverend Sam Sylk answered or did judge Sam Sylk slam his gavel down.
I’m a 33 year old man that has been married since I was 21 years old with 2 kids. We all grow and change from the ways we used to be at least I thought so. My wife is not growing or changing. We started dating in high school and I swear she is that same girl. Not about her hustle to help our household do better, she still sits on the phone talking about high school like petty mess, if we go out she over reacts to everything even threatens to jump on folks. My family feels uncomfortable around her so they just say they are giving us our space but they just don’t come around or included us in much. I guess my question is when do I know that it is time to just throw in the towel and get a divorce?