Dear Ms. Vicki,
My husband and I have gotten into an argument.
We are currently separated, and we're set to move back into an apartment together soon, but now I'm having second thoughts. We are not legally separated, and I have been living with family. Now it is time for us to move in together, but every time we are about to move somewhere together, he wants to fight and argue. It makes me wonder if he even wants to live with me.
We haven't been married very long. I started to see a therapist just to get my mind right, and my therapist advised me that his behavior should be reported to his command, but in the position I'm in now I don't want to get him in trouble. I'm afraid of making things worse, but I have to look out for myself. What resources do I have? Please help me.
Sincerely, Questions About My Marriage
I'm guessing your therapist said you should refer your husband to his command because of abuse (emotional, physical, etc.). If so, you should contact the Family Advocacy on your base or post.
Moreover, you shouldn't move in with him.
On the other hand, I applaud you for seeing a therapist. You should absolutely look out for yourself. It's important for both of you to be safe. Conversely, you may be saying "how can I work on my marriage if we are never living in the same house?" Perhaps you should continue with therapy longer and find a marriage therapist for you and your husband to visit as a couple before you move in together.
It sounds like there are a lot of concerns in your marriage that should be addressed. So don't move in together yet and do contact the Family Advocacy or a Victim's Advocate if there is abuse. Also, you should feel free to contact your husband's command if that is needed.
Sincerely, Ms. Vicki