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  • My wife and I have lived in the Chicago area for the entire time we have been married. We are about to become “empty nesters”. Our youngest child is about to go off to college. I absolutely hate living here. I am an outdoors person – I love hiking, camping, and backpacking. But there isn’t one decent place for hiking or camping within 300 miles of Chicago. There is very little in the Chicago area except ugly shopping malls, monotonous suburbs, and corn fields. After over 20 years of letting my wife have her way on where we live, I think it is my turn to choose, and I want to move back to his native area on the west coast. The idea of staying in Illinois for even a few more years is totally unbearable to me. My wife doesn’t want to move at all. She loves her home and has built a life and a career in Illinois, and she doesn’t want to lose it by moving. The places I suggest moving to all have either a higher cost of living or fewer job opportunities. She doesn’t want to risk the possibility that we might not both be able to find jobs in a new location. Besides, selling their house in this economy will be hard and probably involve taking a loss. I don’t care about that, but she does. Don’t suggest that I take more vacations. I am already taking as much as he can, but a couple weeks a year in places I like doesn’t make up for 50 weeks a year in a place I hate. Besides, my job is such that my vacation plans are liable to be cancelled at a moment’s notice. This issue is tearing us apart. What can we do?
  • Since you want to move to the West Coast, I presume you would be willing to change your carreer or get a new job there after relinquishing your current job. What you might do is convert your current home into a Real Estate Investment Partnership and sell your half of the equity to an investor with the understanding that the home won't be sold until either your spouse dies, or you both choose to move out and liquidate the home. You could then use the cash freed up by doing that to buy a cabin or small home on the west coast in a rural area, and get some kind of work that involves travel in rural areas with terrific hiking. If you're near retirement age or your children are grown and moved out (empty nest) you may have carreer experience that would let you become a consultant in your current field. Having a seasonal job on the west coast and a seasonal job in Chicago would let you split your time between the west coast and where you live now. The only problem with this is quality time with your spouse while you're out of town, and travel expenses. There are probably ultra low cost travel arrangements that could get you between Chicago and the west coast frequently. When you're seasonally out of the west coast cabin, you can rent it out, which would be an additional cash flow and may compensate for any reduction in earned income you'd experience by changing careers now. The consulting/career chage combined with seasonal rental income may even increase your income over what it is now, create a more flexible and relaxed lifestyle and give you more control over vacation scheduling. Another possibility is starting a business of some sort which would give you the same kind of flexibility. Another idea would be to use home equity for a loan to buy a truck and start working as a long haul truck driver. This may or may not pay more than you're currently making as an employee. You could schedule runs so that you have several days near interesting backpacking areas each time.
  • I think you use the equity in the house and buy yourself a cabin somewhere that makes YOU happy. You deserve it. Then, when she is ready to downsize some day you will have the cabin and lots still to put on a smaller home or condo in the city. Once this is set up I recommend a sabatical from work for say three months and you go unwind. She can come and go as she pleases during this time. You get your outdoor experiences and she gets her city fix.
  • Sometimes, all compromise accomplishes is that no one is happy. I don't know what to suggest. If your wife refuses to move and you feel you must move or else, separation or divorce seems to be the only way you can both have what you want. If you can't stand the thought of parting then you need to sit down and make some decisions. [BTW] I really feel for you. I would hate being stuck in Chicago.
  • I'd try to develop more and varied interests which Chicago offer. Have you tried ceramics? Woodworking? Writing poetry and reading them at open mikes in town, writing a novel, Singing in a chorus? Volunteering for a nature conservatory? Volunteering at a zoo? learning standup comedy, etc? Life is so interesting and many things will turn us on if we allow it.
  • Taking a loss on a house isn't significant while it ought to probable reason a divorce. instead of finding there or staying right here, attempt finding in new places. certainly there is someplace which would be appropriate for the the two one among them.
  • Sounds like divorce to me.
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