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Don't stay married to someone who doesn't love you. Please seek therapy, as you should want to be happy with someone who returns your feelings. They will only come to despise you for sticking around, it makes you look (sorry for the harshness) PATHETIC. You are too good for that. If you're worried about your unborn child, there are plenty of recourse out there for you, not to mention child support. * There are not legal means to prevent a spouse from seeking a divorce. A judge can refuse to grant the divorce but that rarely happens. Even when a spouse refuses to accept or respond when served, the spouse petitioner can be granted a divorce under default laws. One should not allow the default laws to apply as the non compliant spouse can forfeit their right to any contestation of the divorce terms. Also, several states require the couple to attend joint counseling before granting a divorce decree and in a few states before a petition can be filed. See if he will go to marriage counseling. I wish you all the best of luck in the world:) God Bless:)

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