“I think I killed my (wife) . . a man’s low voice says on the phone.
“I’m really concerned about you. I can’t help but notice that you’ve a lot of weight, and it worries me. I want you to be around for a long time, is there anything that I can do to help?”
One question: I am 64 and a 1/2 and on Social Security Disability Insurance until June 2017. With the new law that was signed on Nov. 2, 2015, can I suspend at age 66 to earn delayed retirement credits until I am 70?Still, it may be best to forego those auxiliary benefits for four years in order to have a permanently higher retirement benefit (and you die, provide a permanently higher widow(er) benefit), starting at 70.
You seem uncertain about whether you can remain married to her, so I would relationship counselling. If she won’t go, then you should go so you can decide if you can move forward.