In a 16 yr Mississippi marriage, my spouse, for several years, has been in bad mental health (no psychoses, or abuse, etc.. just very bad depression, anxiety, PTSD.)
I don't THINK these are classified as my spouse being "insane" or these issues being "incurable." They have NOT lasted our entire marriage, and these are not the reasons that I want a divorce (UNLESS these count as "INCURABLE INSANITY")
Is the general consensus in MS, that these ARE "INCURABLE INSANITY"?
Wouldn't that mean that whenever a spouse went through a bout of, say, Postpartum Depression, or has OCD, or PTSD, that I could DIVORCE THEM on these grounds - and it be THEIR FAULT?
I guess, what does the MS definition of "Incurable Insanity" as related to FAULT GROUNDS, really mean?
How do they decide what IS "INCURABLE INSANITY"?