In the past I have sexted with several people but never acted on anything. We are currently separated and I am the status asker and the How are you asker. Promise things you cannot deliver. It still burns bright for me, but for him not so much. Until my heart is stone. As a matter of fact, I find the whole concept of her not having a general plan financially or of having a place to live strange. I'm in a very similar situation, I had posted under your wife's thread before I read this one.
We had our first child 3 years into marriage. Ten to 15 percent remain separated long-term without divorcing. He went back to school, I stuck by him. Use this opportunity to grow and become the kind of person you would want to be married to. She asked in an email again today that we sit down and look at our finances again so she can start saving some money. And 4 kids later my husband meet a girl at his work that je found out that they got a lot in common and was talking to her when I accused him of cheating he got up set and pack his bags he said he is done and wants to work things out for the kids sake. I'm not angry with your post, however I feel that I don't see eye to eye with some of your posts.
My husband and I had been friends for years before we got together and once I was free of my ex things began to fall in place and we began a relationship. I really hope we can sort this out as she is my best friend. She wants us both to have some clothes at the other house. I was shocked and defended myself by discussing how tired we are alot, etc. If you step back, you could encourage them to come forward. Could it be that when he told husbands and wives not to separate or divorce, he considered more than law but also addressed the practicality of reconciliation? Hugs, Karen Moderator-Depression and fibromyalgia fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue, depression, allergies Thank you for your posts. She has said that she has known for a long time she wanted to part yet in recent months we were getting on very well.
I love my wife, and was willing to do anything in my power to rectify what I had done. And a husband must not divorce his wife. It really sounds like she is struggling to find herself and see what she wants to make of the rest of her life. I asked why she never told me. It was all gone and has been ever since. It is a shame that under stress many relationships turn to this men vs women dynamic, it is also very counterproductive.
Extremely hypocritical and putting this mostly on me. How should I get my space away from him without him having to buy another place? Were you able to see your husband and talk to him? We have a 26 year old and a 19 year old. I was always there to help with the kids, housework, money, gave her everything she wanted vacations, car, etc but was not there emotionally 100% of the time more like 30%. There is nothing you can do or say to change my mind. If you chase your partner, he or she will flee. Louis was a really rough patch.
What do we do with the money? Just once is more than enough. I really am sorry that this is happening to you. I said that if we didn't do that, we would likely get into a financial mess that would affect both of us as we are joint owners on everything - house, cars, credit cards, etc. She says its not anything I did, but her and her issues. I am not an authority on this topic, but I hope to start a meaningful and helpful discussion that might greatly bless some who are in the midst of much pain right now. She told me from the get-go that she wasn't promising anything. I jumped on-line questioning myself and surprisingly wondered if I should have myself checked out.
In the big picture, you likely won't lose much by being the first to go. It does sound strange that she would say that you are backing off of your commitments, but does she know the reason that you resigned from the boards? When i have seen him while exchanging our daughter, it felt so awkward. However, underneath not all is right, for either of us. Maybe just try and keep talking to her see what you's can sort out. I told her she would probably be snapped up immediately by any wealthy, successful guy she would meet, so she wouldn't have to worry about money very long. My questions are why is she giving up on the marriage and why the change of heart? She just turned 39 last week and has been complaining about getting older for awhile.
Said he believes we can be more and wants to work on it. She says the only thing she is struggling with right now is she's worried I'll turn the kids against her. I pray these might bless you. I am very unhappy at home now and no longer smile when I hear his key in the door like I used to. She may feel, if she'd 'been there' your nephews may not have gotten into trouble. I can see at the moment she could not possibly think in any other way except that the relationship is ended for good. Also how can I try to help our chances of a new relationship without talking to her at all? Thanks cool, I hear you but must disagree.
If she wants to separate have her move out. She gets very agitated if talk goes against it and says she must stick to her decision. Only God can safe him. But if she does, she must remain unmarried or else be reconciled to her husband. Thank you for any reply. She may be getting a bit stir crazy with the everyday routine. I have done everything he had asked me to at that time and now 3 weeks later when things have been really good he suddenly tells me that he just cant go on anymore that even though things have been really great with me and with us he cannot let go of the past 5 years and all the damage I have caused.