I have been kind, loving, gentle, patient, considerate, etc. I am 35 she is 27. I have been married for 7+ years. I have a 6, 4, 1 year old. My wife and I have had a contentious relationship. She filed for divorce 3 months ago. She wants a divorce no matter what. She doesn't serve God. I love her, but she doesn't seem to want to love me, even though she says she does. I feel like there may be hope, but only because she might "need" me financially, and only if accept all blame and submit to her and support her in everything. Do I let her go?
Ok there are a few problems I see. One you are 8 years older than your wife. People may not see that as a problem but when you have been married for 7 years it can be a considerable one. You had a chance to grow up, your wife didn't. This is very difficult and your wife may feel that she may have missed her chance to grow up. My wife and I have been married for 9 1/2 years. We are closer in age, and have grown up together. We have had our issues, many of them, but I will say that we both were young and have had a chance to mature together.
I also notice you saying how good you have been to your wife. I have often said these same things when my wife and I have issues, but know deep inside I can do better. I'm not saying that you are not a good husband, but you can always be a better husband. A few questions. Is your wife a stay at home mother? Does she go to school? Where is her family? Where is yours? I would take other ones suggestion and sit down with your wife. Find out what her issues are. Take her out to dinner somewhere quiet for privacy, but public so she doesnt feel cornered. Let her know that you love her, and that it your desire to grow old with her. Sometimes women want to feel just as needed as men do.