Move to Seattle Washington by myself or wait for my husband?

In August i told my husband that I would like to move to Seattle for a fresh start and to be with my family. He agreed he said he loves seattle. Well he keeps saying next month next month well now it is November now he says January What should I do? We have our own place there. Why is he prolonging this. Im packed up and ready to go he says to me go I will be there in January. What should l do I don't trust his word anymore.

Asked By: Happy - 11/22/2008
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Really, this question should be in marriage. Moving to Seattle is pretty irrelevant. What you need to know is why doesn't your husband want to move? I can think of two reasons. The first being that he doesn't want to move near your family. This is something the two of you need to discuss and if that's the case... More
Answered By: Stan - 11/23/2008
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Well, that's not a good sign that you don't trust your own husband. Maybe you should call his bluff and move out here alone and see if he follows through or not.
Answered By: Shady - 11/22/2008
you can definitely do it here by yourself, although the fact that you have a husband makes a duel and a team effort. both of you need to decide not just one ups and leaves and the other stays behind..wat if you get up here and he doesnt come? then do you stay or move back down to wherever it is you live... More
Answered By: =) - 11/23/2008
Just go and if he doesn't follow then find Edward.
Answered By: dystopialover - 11/25/2008
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