Well first of all you might want to tell him/her. You will never know until you try. But it is up to you. The worse thing that can be said is no. But dont live life scared by what others think of you. Love life, have fun, and be apart of it. Cause I know I do!!! :-D
Why do you think you could marry him in Kentucky? You can't without the consent of your legal guardian (which in your case I'm guessing would be the state) or the permission of the court (it's going to be *very hard* to convince a judge that it's in the best interest of a 16-year-old to marry at 37-year-old). Plus, since he's an adult and you�re a minor, I imagine there are charges that could be brought against him for taking you across state lines.
There is no state that will allow a 16-year-old to marry without consent or special circumstances/court approval.
ALSO... Get Away From This Pedophile... Ewww, It's Just Nasty!! Tell Him To Get A Life And Let You Live Yours!!!!
Also why the f**k would you want to marry a 37 year old ewwwww and that just sceams PEDOPHILE!!!!!!!! you would never be able to do it unless you changed your name and got a fake id which why would you ever want onejust wait until your older and date and when you find the right person with time then go for it but until then just stick with guys your own age for heavens sake honestly what is the wold coming to total peace and tranquility no way. ok now read this warning: DO NOT MARRY A 37 YEAR OLD WHEN YOU R ONLY 16 AND BE WARY OF STRANGES AND ESPECIALLY PEDOPHILES,!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It's always tough after someone cheats on you. But, you need to move on. And, in order to do so, you should try to find something to occupy your time that doesn't remind you of him.
I think if you love someone enough to be married to them, then distance is not a problem. If you love them enough, you will survive that distance.
This is a hard question to answer considering I don't know you.
If your husband was very close to his mother and extremely emotional over her death then he is allowed to have his grieving period (there is no limit to grieving) and it's a natural process and a healthy one.
Perhaps you could ask friends, or your own parents if they could take the kids for a weekend and try to get away with your husband. It doesn't have to be an expensive trip, but just somewhere where you could perhaps walk hand-in-hand on the beach, talk about how he feels about his mother's death, try to give some comfort and wise advice and simply let him know you understand the best you can as to how he feels.
Try the mini holiday. If you can't afford this or don't have the time then try a whole day off on the weekend and a nice dinner in the evening and walk somewhere. Get in touch with each other and simply let him know you are thinking about his feelings. It will help the grieving time run a little more smoothly for him.
Good luck Marcy
Just try to be as much of a comfort to him as you can be. Be his best friend AND his wife.