Re: Trial Separation; How long am I suppose to wait?
I know exactly how you feel...if it keeps getting pushed back, you need to draw a line..you shouldn't have to be stuck in limbo forever...and it's not right of him to do that to you.
It was equally a concern of mine that the separation lasting for too long would lead to a "comfortable not being around you anymore" situation and we'd end up divorcing because of it...that happens all the time, and it is a part of what happened to me.
I know it's nearly an impossible thought, i still struggle with it myself (my divorce was filed yesterday..and i haven't been served but its on the way...so trust me it's a fresh wound for me too)
However, try to keep a positive outlook...if it doesn't work, it's a terrible, terrible, nightmarish feeling...but realize that you cannot change someone elses mind, and waiting around for him to change his mind won't be healthy for you. Remind yourself that if it doesn't work, then it's HIS loss, not yours. You tried, he didn't (not really anyhow) so don't be afraid...it's scary, but taking it day by day, one foot in front of the other, I promise it starts to get easier, sooner than you think <3