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I would like to know how to respond as I am going in without any sense of what has been claimed. My wife unfortunately often over reacts to situations and now I am left facing a very serious escalation of a situation which although I regret my reaction (this has never happened before) in the heat of the moment, in the whole scheme of things was innocuous and quite frankly is embarrassing for it to be played out
not that I am aware of
i don't understand the aggravated piece. Also are there any extenuating circumstances as i now feel I am being victimised especially given her previous behaviour eg in July she had an episode of heavy drinking and disappeared for 4 days (drugs also involved). I am still unclear why this happened (also during easter and december) other than she has 'black periods'. I am self employed and on a number of occasions have been left in the lurch oblivious to her whereabouts and so have had to drop everything to ensure our boy is cared for. She ended up at an emergency crisis centre full of remorse and was under some kind of treatment for a couple of weeks. it gets scary and I have now had enough of the over reactions to ordinary household situations. This is why I wish to separate so this police situation has now made things untenable and my main concern is our child rather than saving our relationship.
My worry is that taking a solicitor is an act of escalation and I am genuinely trying not to over react to an over reaction. Are you saying to me the risks are too high not to take a solicitor
(This is my last question as I need to close now ).